• Israel, Germany, Austria
  • Documentary
  • 2016
  • 75 min.


  • Israel, Germany, Austria
  • Documentary
  • 2016
  • 75 min.


Thousands of young Israelis join "the journey to Poland" each year to learn about the Holocaust. Looking into the journey through the videos they upload on YouTube reveals a moving and troubling image about the way the collective memory is formed in the web age.



Udi Nir & Sagi Bornstein


Udi Nir, Sagi Bornstein, Christiane Beetz


Udi Nir & Sagi Bornstein


composed entirely of YouTube clips


Gal Goffer, Sagi Bornstein

Original Music

Uri Agnon

Original Language



English, German, Hebrew

Produced with the help of:

NFCT, Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg


Keshet, BR, ORF, RBB

Photo Credit

Yali Ziv

Festival Highlights

Krakow International Film Festival, Poland , 2017

Dok Leipzig International Film Festival, Germany , 2016

  • The real feat is how the filmmakers shaped such an engaging documentary distillation and composition out of this massive material. The film doesn’t explain, but shows and juxtaposes, leaving room to explore through roughly a three-step content development from information, to reflection, to increasing emotion.
    POV Magazine, Jutta Brendemühl
  • A fantastic, formally daring documentary, and a chilling and troubling commentary on the ways in which collective Israeli Jewish identity is formed in response to the #Holocaust.
    Facebook, Mark Swolowitz

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