DREAMWORKS SIGNS DOCUMENTARY DUO.Byline: City News Service
The producers of the award-winning documentary ``Survivors of the Holocaust'' have signed a first-look deal with DreamWorks SKG SKG Stichting Kwaliteit Gevelbouw (Dutch)
SKG Spielberg, Katzenberg,and Geffen (DreamWorks Studios)
SKG Thessaloniki, Greece - Thessaloniki (Airport Code)
SKG Smith and Kraus Global , it was announced Wednesday.
June Beallor and James Moll were hired by DreamWorks principal Steven Spielberg Noun 1. Steven Spielberg - United States filmmaker (born in 1947)
Spielberg in 1994 to establish Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.
The nonprofit organization Nonprofit Organization
An association that is given tax-free status. Donations to a non-profit organization are often tax deductible as well.
Examples of non-profit organizations are charities, hospitals and schools. is dedicated to videotaping and preserving interviews with Holocaust survivors There are many famous Holocaust survivors who survived the Nazi genocides in Europe and went on to achievements of great fame and notability. Those listed here were, at the very least, residents of the parts of Europe occupied by the Axis powers during World War II who survived for educational purposes. The foundation, which is chaired by Spielberg, has operations in 35 countries and has conducted nearly 30,000 interviews with Holocaust survivors.
``Survivors of the Holocaust,'' the Shoah Foundation's first documentary, earned Moll and Beallor Emmy, CableACE and Peabody awards in 1996.
Their most recent film project is the Shoah Foundation's just-completed second documentary, ``The Lost Children of Berlin,'' produced in association with Sally Fields' Fogwood Films and narrated by actor Anthony Hopkins Noun 1. Anthony Hopkins - Welsh film actor (born in 1937)
Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Anthony Philip Hopkins, Hopkins .