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Karski Movie Available for Streaming

Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn gives an unforgettable performance in Remember This (Photo: Jeff Hutchens) Oscar-nominated actor David Strathairn gives an unforgettable performance in Remember This (Photo: Jeff Hutchens)

The Jan Karski Educational Foundation is thrilled to announce that the award-winning film Remember This, starring Oscar-nominated David Strathairn in a mesmerizing role as Jan Karski, is now available on the easy-to-use online streaming platform Kinema that allows organizations to book and screen the film directly.

Through Kinema, interested parties can choose the experience (in-person or virtual) of their Remember This screening, set the date, promote their event, manage their guest list, and inquire about inviting a member of the film team to speak at their event. The service is open worldwide, including in the US and Poland. The movie is in English, and versions with Polish and Italian subtitles are available.

To book a screening, click on this link:


Please refer to this step-by-step Kinema Screening GUIDE to get started.

The Jan Karski Educational Foundation stands ready to help by providing promotional or educational materials for the film and advertising potential screenings on our website and among our vast list of friends and followers.

Based on the true story of the Polish emissary and produced by Eva Anisko, Remember This is a cinematic adaptation of the original stage production Remember This: The Lesson of Jan Karski, written by Derek Goldman and Clark Young and created at the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University.

In a virtuoso solo performance, Academy Award nominee David Strathairn (Good Night, and Good Luck, Lincoln, Nomadland, Where the Crawdads Sing) portrays Jan Karski in this genre-defying true story of a World War II hero and Holocaust witness. After surviving the devastation of the Blitzkrieg, Karski swears allegiance to the Polish Underground and risks his life to carry the first eyewitness reports of the Holocaust to the Western world and ultimately, the White House. After escaping a Gestapo prison, where he was subjected to horrific physical torture, Karski endures unspeakable mental anguish, bearing witness to the despair of the Warsaw ghetto and the inhumanity of a death camp. Yet, he stands tall in the halls of power and speaks the truth. Strathairn captures the complexity and legacy of this self-described “insignificant, little man” whose timely story of moral courage and individual responsibility can still shake the conscience of the world.

The Jan Karski Educational Foundation serves as the fiscal sponsor for the film, and all donations to support the film that go through the Foundation are tax-deductible. For more information about this unforgettable movie, including a complete list of credits, the theatrical trailer, a press kit, and a link to purchase the film script, please visit this special Remember This page on our website.