top of page

Passionate and articulate, American Professor,  Deborah Lipstadt,  publishes a book in 1993 called “Denying the Holocaust”, in which she refers to Irving as a Holocaust denier. Soon after, he sues her for defamation. He does so under English law, where the burden of proof is on the accused. The whole world may know that the Holocaust happened, but now, Deborah needs to prove it. She is matched with a brilliant legal team who ask her to buy into a unique and daring strategy – remain silent. Neither Deborah nor a single Holocaust survivor will take the stand during their defence, hard evidence alone will support their position, while hopefully, emotional bias will become the undoing of their opponent.

Featuring a powerhouse performance from Rachel Weisz, Denial is the inspirational story of one woman’s fight for historical truth, and a timely reminder that the truth itself can withstand even the most aggressive and persistent falsification.

"Incredibly powerful and fascinating. A rich and rewarding experience" Deadline

"This film, telling its story with punchy commitment and force, 

is a breath of fresh air. It has clarity, urgency and overwhelming relevance." The Guardian


Occasional coarse language


Screening at:

The Arts Centre Cinemas

135 Bundall Road, Surfers Paradise

From Thursday, 13 April 


Jo  is organising for a group to attend on April 19 at 2:00 PM If you would like to be included, contact Jo through the Temple Office on 07 5570 1716



bottom of page