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  • At 10, she experienced some of the worst of the Holocaust as a “Mengele Twin.” At 50, she launched the biggest manhunt in history. At 60, she forgave the Nazis, and until passing at 85 she inspired the world with her messages of empathy, inclusiveness and moral courage. This is her legacy story.

    Tributes: Eva Kor passed away on July 4, 2019, in Krakow, Poland, and was buried in Terre Haute, Indiana, 10 days later. To see reaction from around the world, click here and use the “Tributes” dropdown.

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ABOUT ME
After 20 years in newspaper journalism, I switched to filmmaking in 2010 with "John Wooden: The Indiana Story." Since then, working alongside WFYI, Indianapolis' PBS affiliate, my work has won 21 regional Emmys (including Best Documentary for my past four films), the national Gabriel Award in the category of Human Dignity, first place in the national Associated Press Sports Editors contest and the Fourth Estate Award from the National American Legion among other honors. My most recent film, “Eva: A-7063,” premiered in front of 2,000 and is now being broadcast by PBS stations across the country.

Professional Experience & Education
IN THE MEDIA
» "Eva: A-7063" Impact video
» Scenes from the "Attucks" premiere
» Cover story in Indianapolis Business Journal
» Undefeated featured in New York Times
REVIEWS
Eva: A-7063
“Incredible and inspiring!” — American Public Television

Attucks: The School that Opened a City

"Superb and significant story, brilliantly told." -- Daniel H. Forer, Emmy-winning filmmaker

Heart of a Hoosier

"Funny, emotional, impeccably researched." -- Mark Alesia, Indianapolis Star

Undefeated

"Excellent ... a really fine piece of work." -- Bob Costas

"Fascinating ... brings Brown's story out from the shadows." -- William Rhoden, N.Y. Times

Naptown to Super City
"Must-viewing for any city using sports for economic development." -- Forbes.com