Time Apart: A History of Hope

Time Apart: A History of Hope

Release date:

2009

Running time:

43 minutes

Formats:

Available on DVD

Closed Captioned:

Yes

Availability in North America:

Available in CanadaAvailable in the US

Outside North America? Click here for availability information.

  • Audience level:
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • Adult
  • General

Seventy-seven-year old Holocaust survivor Alice Zuckerman never gave up hope she would find her family, lost after the Second World War. When scribbled notes on town paper reveal clues to her past, Alice and her family reunite. Alice takes us on a moving journey through old Eastern Europe, a world that seemingly disappeared through Nazism and Communism. Yet the world of Alice's childhood remains vital in the hearts of the peopleshe meets along the way. Time Apart: A History of Hope is a story that proves, as Alice Zuckerman says, "Hope is the last thing to die".

Bottom Border

purchase online

1. Select Site Type

Definition of Institutions use

Purchase at our INSTITUTION level price if you are from a...

  • University / College
  • School board / district
  • Government agency
  • Business or association

Note: Price does not include Inter-library loan rights

Please contact us if you have difficulty selecting a price level.

Definition of Community use

Purchase at our COMMUNITY level price if you are from a...

  • Single K-12 school
  • Registered not-for-profit / community organization
  • Public library (please contact us directly for multi-copy discounts)

Note: Price does not include right to circulate program to other schools within district

Please contact us if you have difficulty selecting a price level.

2: Select Format:

License Inquiries

Click here to request licenses for: rental and exhibition, streaming, duplication or other inquiries.

Click here for ORDER inquiries outside of North America