Schindler's List: 25th Anniversary — Re-Release Trailer

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added: Wed, Aug 29th '18

"The list is life."

It's the movie that transformed Steven Spielberg from a popcorn blockbuster artist into an award-winning master filmmaker. And it's coming back to theaters in December for its 25th Anniversary!

Winner of seven Academy Awards, which included Best Picture, Best Original Score for John Williams, and Best Director (Spielberg's first Directing Oscar win), "Schindler's List" tells the incredible, heartbreaking story of how 850 Jews were ultimately spared a trip to Auschwitz because a wealthy and influential German war profiteer, named Oskar Schindler, who was sickened by the atrocities committed under the Nazi regime, decided to rescue them through numerous bribes and pay-offs -- putting their names on a transfer list that declared them his factory workers.

Liam Neeson played Oskar Schindler. Ben Kingsley co-starred as Schindler's unlikely assistant, a humble, brilliant Jewish accountant named Itzhak Stern. Ralph Fiennes delivered one of the most stirring performances of his career as SS officer Amon Goth. For their work, Neeson and Fiennes were both nominated for Oscars, as well as cinematographer Janusz Kaminski who wound up winning the Golden statuette that year. It was Kaminski's first collaboration with Spielberg, and it kicked off a 25-year-long partnership as he currently remains Spielberg's regular DP.

Based on the award-winning historical book by Thomas Keneally and adapted by Oscar-winner Steven Zaillian, "Schindler's List" will return to theaters on December 7th for an exclusive engagement in 4K and Dolby Cinema.

synopsis:
In German-occupied Poland during World War II, Oskar Schindler gradually becomes concerned for his Jewish workforce after witnessing their persecution by the Nazi Germans...

 

directed by   Steven Spielberg

starring   Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Ralph Fiennes, Caroline Goodall, Jonathan Sagalle, Embeth Davidtz

release date   December 7, 2018 (re-release, limited engagement)

 
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