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Frieda Wolff was a German Jewish researcher who escaped Nazi persecution by immigrating to Brazil before the start of WWII. In 1969, after finding financial stability and success, she and her husband quit their business activities to dedicate themselves full-time to researching the history of Jewish people in Brazil, resulting in more than 40 published books on the subject. Inspired by an extended interview recorded with Frieda in 2003, her friend Milton Weintraub continued building on Frieda’s research where she left off, continuing her legacy of documenting and studying the history of the Brazilian Jewish community.

Accompanying the film premiere is a discussion with director Pedro Gorski & producer/film subject Milton Weintraub. To view the conversation please click here.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    72 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
  • Premiere
    International Premiere
  • Director
    Pedro Gorski
  • Screenwriter
    Pedro Gorski, Dellani Lima
  • Cast
    Frieda Wolff, Milton Weintraub
  • Cinematographer
    Ary Diesendruck
  • Editor
    Dellani Lima, Joaquin Castro