Night Will Fall tells the story of the liberation of the Nazi Concentration camps. Using remarkable archive footage and testimony from both survivors and liberators, it tells of the efforts made to document the almost unbelievable scenes that the allies encountered on Liberation. The film explores how a team of top filmmakers, including Sidney Bernstein, Richard Crossman and Alfred Hitchcock came together to make a film to provide undeniable evidence of what the allies found. Each new generation deserves access to this evidence.
|Director of Photography:||Richard Blanshard|
|Editors:||Arik Lahav, Stephen Miller|
|Supervising Sound Editor-Designer:||Aviv Aldema|
|Producers:||Sally Angel, Brett Ratner|
|Executive Producers:||Richard Melman, James Packer, Stephen Frears|
|Co-Producers:||Philippa Kowarsky, Signe Byrge Sørensen|
|Presented by:||BFI, The Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, RatPac Documentary Films, Danish Film Institute|
|Production Companies:||Angel TV, Spring Films|
|In Association with:||Cinephil, Final Cut for Real and GA&A|
|A Co-production with:||MDR and NDR in cooperation with Arte|
|In co-production with:||Channel 4, Keshet Broadcasting, S.H. Channel 8, DR|
|Language:||English, Russian, Hebrew|
|Country:||UK, USA, Israel, Denmark|
André Singer was Editor of Granada Television’s Disappearing World series during the 1980’s. He ran the BBC Documentary Department’s Independent Unit in the 1990’s where he founded the award-winning documentary strand Fine Cut (now Storyville). As an independent producer, he established Café Productions and later West Park Pictures (now a DCD Media owned company). André is currently serving on the TV Committee of BAFTA and is a Documentary Campus board member. He has been responsible for several hundred hours of factual programs for the international TV market and producer or executive producer of fourteen films with Werner Herzog since Lessons of Darkness in 1992.