Film: Le Journal d'Hélène Berr : Une jeune fille dans Paris occupé

Le Journal d'Hélène Berr : Une jeune fille dans Paris occupé  is a documentary film by Jérôme Prieur produced in France in 2013.

The  film is an adaptation of  Hélène Berr's  journal first published in France in 2008 by Taillandier. The film features a reading of Berr's journal entries, from April 7, 1942 until February 15, 1944, illustrated by archival footage of Paris, pictures of the Berr family, official documents as well as amateur images.

The film enters Hélène Berr universe, and you see her world with her eyes and hear her own words tell her story.

Running time: 88 minutes, The film will be shown in English.


For additional information about Hélène Berr and her life see:


The exhibition, Hélène Berr, A Stolen Life, was curated by Karen Taïeb and Sophie Nagiscarde, and was designed, created, and circulated by Mémorial de la Shoah (Paris, France) and made possible through the generous support of SNCF.

Location: 2nd floor - Cotilla Gallery ( Directions, Weather )

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