Return to Reichenbach

Two women from opposite sides of Hitler’s Third Reich meet in Toronto, years after the Second World War–Mania, orphaned by the regime, and Johanna, possibly the Nazi guard who protected her. Weaving together their stories, this powerful documentary intimately explores their war experiences and witnesses their reunion more than half a century later. (56 min) Read More »

To Return: The John Walkus Story

  • Best Public Service Film – American Indian Film Festival 2000

This powerful one-hour documentary witnesses and celebrates young Kwakwaka’wakw artist John Walkus Green as he carves his way home to the village he was forcefully adopted out of as a child. This story is also an investigation into the adoption policies of the BC government which had tragic consequences for the children it was meant to protect.

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