Indie Trailer Sunday: Janet Tobias' Documentary 'No Place On Earth'
"I wanted to say thank you to the cave." Today's trailer on Oscar Sunday is for the documentary called No Place On Earth, an "extraordinary true story" about a cave expedition where they found remnants of a WWII camp that lead to the discovery of a remarkable and harrowing story of survival. This looks like yet another powerful doc, that begins one place, and ends in a completely different one. It tells the story of this group of survivors from the cave, and it seems to show them returning there for a revisit, though that might be giving away too much. There's some tricky editing in this trailer, but this otherwise looks worth watching.
Watch the theatrical trailer for Janet Tobias' documentary No Place On Earth, in high def on Apple:
While mapping out the largest cave system in Ukraine, explorer and investigator Chris Nicola discovers evidence that five Jewish families spent over a year in the pitch-black caves to escape the Nazis during WWII. This is the story of the longest uninterrupted underground survival in recorded human history...
No Place On Earth is directed by Janet Tobias, a journalist turned filmmaker making her feature directing debut. This premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last year. Magnolia Pictures is releasing No Place On Earth in theaters starting April 5th this spring. For more info, visit their Facebook or official site.