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World Premiere: ‘Getting Away With Murder(s)’
September 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm£12.90
By May 1944, 10,000 people were being murdered every day in Auschwitz. Over 8,000 Nazi members of the Waffen-SS were serving at the largest single mass murder site in history. 7,000 of these people survived the War. However, only around 800 of these men and women were ever put on trial and prosecuted for war crimes.
There have been so many excellent films and TV programmes about the Holocaust, but Getting Away With Murder(s) is the first feature-length documentary for the cinema to explore how, and why, the execution of the London Agreement fell short.
The goal of the film is to make certain that as many people as possible know the truth, that most of those who carried out the murders were never prosecuted, something that so many are currently completely unaware of.
The director David Wilkinson brings commitment and righteous anger to his exploration of this difficult subject. As his research into the Holocaust and its aftermath progressed over the years, the more he discovered ever-further undisputable evidence of mass murder, and the more he questioned why so few were prosecuted.