Inheritance Now on DVD

Inheritance Now on DVD

Inheritance Now on DVD

As I mentioned last month, we have been working on a new Inheritance DVD, and today we are pleased to announce that it is now available on DVD in partnership with Create Space and Amazon.com. We know the film is available in it’s entirety on-line right here, but with the DVD not only do you get a high quality image with none of the web artifacts, you’re also financially helping to further the education of the holocaust, because all proceeds from the sale after production and duplication fees will be donated to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust. Plus we intentionally didn’t include the normal DVD encryption that prevents you from making copies so you can freely make additional copies of the DVD to share with friends, neighbors, and strangers. It’s not about the money, it’s all about reminding people that this can not happen again.

Each DVD is only $10 and includes:

  • Newly remastered film from the original source files and enhanced for playback on widescreen televisions
  • Photo gallery featuring a sampling of Anthony Cuoco’s original photographs, including some not used in the film
  • Digital copy of the original screenplay and press kit.
  • No CSS copy protection. We encourage you to make additional copies to spread the word.

Please help us remind the world that the holocaust was real by buying a copy now through the Not Afraid! Create space store.

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There are 4 comments on this post
  1. Mike
    May 21, 2009, 12:54 am

    Received my copy of “Inheritance” and have viewed it. What a wonderful tribute to your grandfather–truly one of our “greatest generation”. What a fine man and how lucky you were to have him. How wonderful this world would be if most people had the character and integrity of your granddad. This important document should be placed in every library.

    Thank you,

  2. planktonrules
    May 21, 2009, 12:59 am


    Exceptionally well done–this one will set the tear ducts flowing,

    While there have been many films about the Holocaust over the years, this short film managed to be just a bit different. Plus, it managed to have as much impact in ten minutes as many longer and more widely known films.

    A WWII vet has just passed away and he left a letter for his grandson. Along with the letter are horrific photos of the victims of a Nazi concentration camp. The letter explains how although the grandfather had been there at its liberation, he’d always kept the photos to himself. Now he wanted to share them with the next generations because he felt a sense of guilt for not publicly announcing the truth about just how horrible it truly was. The letter is a charge to the young man to spread the word.

    The film is a dramatization of real events mixed with a little fiction according to the web site for INHERITANCE. The writer/director Paul Cuoco actually found a box of photos his own grandfather had taken with the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp, though unlike the film the man did not leave them with a letter like he did in the film.

    The film is brilliant. The structure and style of the film allowed for a fresh look at an old problem. Through the use of photos, exceptional narration and clever lighting, the film packs a HUGE emotional impact. Have a Kleenex nearby–there’s a very good chance you’ll need it.

  3. oyveidaniyel
    May 21, 2009, 1:01 am

    This I think, is the best way of honoring your grandfather. It’s a great shame in today’s world for some people to think that the Holocaust never occurred. I pray that this film will help break down some of that ignorance.

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