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New Film About Chiune Sugihara, the 'Japanese Schindler,' Makes US Premiere
After its world premiere in Lithuania in October 2015, a new film about Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, "Persona Non Grata," made its U.S. premiere this past weekend at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival.
Chiune Sugihara, the Japanese Diplomat Who Saved Thousands from the Nazis
“Persona Non Grata,” which will have its U.S. premiere next week at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, tells the story of Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese consul who granted 3,500 transit visas to fleeing Lithuanian Jewish refugees–including many yeshiva ...
Chiune Sugihara: man of conscience
Chiune Sugihara was born on Jan. 1, 1900, in the small town of Yaotsucho in Gifu Prefecture, equidistant between the city of Gifu and Nagoya. His father, Yoshimi, was frequently moved around by his employer, the taxation office, and Sugihara spent his ...
INTO THE NEXT STAGE: Chiune Sugihara — 'Persona Non Grata' Tells the Tale
Two weeks ago, I began relaying my encounter with Cellin Gluck, director of “Persona Non Grata,” a dramatization of the story of Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, aka the “Japanese Schindler.” (Read it online at
Chiune Sugihara: The story of the man who saved more people in WW2 than
Chiune Sugihara helped save the lives of many more Jews than Oskar Schindler, whose work was immortalised in a Hollywood film, but his story has remained relatively unknown in comparison. Now, it's been turned into a play, The Warrior and the Princess, ...

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