November 5, 2019

Jewish Journal

‘Never Again Is Now’ Sounds the Alarm on Rising Anti-Semitism Evelyn Markus, the daughter of Dutch Holocaust survivors, moved to Los Angeles in 2006 with her partner Rosa Zeegers. She no longer felt safe in Amsterdam amid escalating anti-Semitic attacks on the streets, at sports stadiums and after finding a pink Star of David graffitied on her front door. With Jews increasingly under siege all over Europe and a rise in anti-Semitism in the United…
October 30, 2019

‘NEVER AGAIN IS NOW’: A Powerful Film By The Daughter of Holocaust Survivors Is A Stark Warning

Hollywood Life Bonnie Fuller If you think that the Holocaust, in which 6 million Jews were massacred by the German Nazis, could never happen again, you need to be aware of surging anti-semitism, warns filmmaker Evelyn Markus. When Evelyn Markus’s mom, Josephine, was still a teenager growing up in the Netherlands in 1940, she giddily got engaged to a handsome young man, Jules, who fell in love with her at first sight. It was her…
October 23, 2019

Film on the Qt!

Film Review on QEEERtimes by Matthew Paterno The late Elie Wiesel once stated, "To forget a holocaust is to be killed twice". When Evelyn Markus stuffed the last of her belongings into a bag sometime in 2004 and boarded a plane bound for U.S. soil, she likely only had two things on her mind: her partner Rosa Zeegers and her mother's long ago train ride from Bergen-Belsen to the gas chambers of East Germany. It's not that Markus is obsessed with…
October 20, 2019

Oct 23rd Release for a Timely Doc

“Never Again Is Now” is a timely documentaryBy Laurie Schenden | October 21, 2019   With rising antisemitism in the United States and Europe, “Never Again Is Now” is a timely documentary that reveals an alarmingly expansive and nuanced portrait of Right, Left and religious influences on the populace.   At the heart of the film is Evelyn Markus, a Dutch lesbian Jew who fled to the United States with her partner, Rosa Zeegers. Click here to read the…