Never a Bystander
Lessons from the Holocaust
From the May, 2014 issue
Four years in the making, the documentary Never a Bystander premieres this month at the Michigan Theater as part of the Jewish Film Festival (see Films, p. 73). First-time filmmaker Evelyn Neuhaus (Ann Arborites, January 2012) raised $30,000, mostly from individual donors, to complete the thirty-minute film that celebrates the life and work of retired U-M professor Irene Butter--Holocaust survivor, human rights activist, and co-creator of U-M's Wallenberg Medal and Lecture.
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