We managed to film Out of the Darkness: Janine’s Story by ducking and diving around lockdowns at Broadley Studios in Marylebone and The Ark Synagogue in Northwood. Jason Isaacs very kindly recorded the Narration from his home. Huge thanks are owed to everyone involved in bringing the film to schools and colleges all over the country.


Here are some photos from our recent shoot against a greenscreen for our upcoming Out of the Darkness: Assembly Film.
A teaser-trailer will soon be available so everyone will be able to see the transition from green screen to digital studio and how we build our Assembly Film around Survivor Testimony, archive and presenter-led commentary providing an informative and thought-provoking
experience for students aged 11+ to 18 to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on or around January 27th 2022.
As with Out of the Darkness: Janine’s Story, the Assembly Film is available free of charge to schools and colleges throughout the UK, and beyond.

“Although I am not a Jew but a Catholic, there is Jewish blood in each and every one of us. I would certainly have been proud to be born a Jew.

I simply do not understand and have never understood antisemitism.

The most important lesson from the Holocaust is that although we cannot police the world, it is simply not acceptable to stand by and do and say nothing when genocide happens.

For evil to prevail, all it needs is for good people to remain silent.”  Sir David Amess MP


We’ve created a fabulous printable flyer about both our films for staff room notice-boards.  Please click here to print out.  Help us spread the word about the excellent Out of the Darkness: Assembly Film and Out of the Darkness: Janine’s Story.