A new documentary about the film-maker who exposed the cover-up of the Nazi genocide of the Jews, and the extent to which that cover- up is still alive and well.

7ix9in has produced a three-part documentary series, entitled The Jews Were Never Real, that investigates the extent of the cover up of the Holocaust.

The documentary has been produced and distributed by 7ix6ine, a new online platform launched by filmmaker Andrew Anglin and featuring more than 600 films.

In a series of interviews, the filmmakers have shared their findings about the cover ups, and what they hope to achieve in the future.

7IX9ine’s documentary series on the coverups of the genocide of Europe’s Jews has been nominated for four Oscar awards.

They have been awarded the Emmy for documentary short form, the BAFTA award for documentary film, the Peabody for documentary of the year, and have been nominated as one of the five best documentaries of 2016.

7x9in director Andrew Anglins film about the Nazis and the coverup of their crimes, which has been featured in many documentaries about the Holocaust, was selected as the film of the month by the Los Angeles Times.

In the film, Anglin argues that, even today, there is a vast conspiracy of silence that has protected the perpetrators of the crimes against humanity.

The film also explores the history of the film by examining its origins and the fact that it was never screened publicly.

“There is a long, long history of covering up the holocaust,” Anglin said.

“I was going to show the truth about it.

And I’ve got this documentary that I want to tell people about the history.

It’s a good documentary.

It tells a lot of stories about how this happened, but I think people should see it in the context of the wider world.

There’s a lot that we don’t know.

I wanted to make a documentary that was as real as possible and to get to the bottom of what happened, and to show people what happened.”

7ix7ine has a track record of challenging entrenched narratives that hold people back from speaking out about the holocide.

In 2017, the film was selected for the prestigious BAFTA Film Festival for its investigation into the role of the National Socialist Underground (NSU) in the Holocaust and their collaboration with the Nazis.

The NSS, which was led by Rudolf Hess, also served as the leadership of the SS.

The NSU was an organisation which was heavily involved in planning and conducting the Holocaust extermination campaign.

The Nazi regime, which had declared war on the Soviet Union in 1941, murdered nearly one million Jews.

The Nazis killed approximately 2.5 million of them.

“What I found was that the SS, and Hess and his organization, were the main people behind it,” Anglis said.

The filmmakers also uncovered documents from the National Archives in which Hess and others, including a senior Nazi official, discussed the plans for the extermination of the European Jewish population.

“The Nazi regime was really intent on exterminating all European Jews, not just those Jews that they thought were Jews,” Anglen said.

7XX has produced several films on the Holocaust to date.

The first film, which Anglin co-produced, examined the lives of the survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, which took place in Germany between April 1, 1944, and December 13, 1945.

The second film, released in 2017, examined a documentary film that was released in 2018 about the survivors who survived the camp.

7xx has also produced several documentaries that explore the events of the holocommunity as a whole, including the Holocaust itself.

In this first film about contemporary debates around the Holocaust denial movement, Anglings documentary explored the subject of Holocaust denial from a variety of perspectives, including survivors, scholars, journalists and historians.

“It’s really interesting to see how a lot in contemporary debates have been pushed to the margins,” Anglos said.

Anglin is currently working on a film about one of his favourite subjects, the Holocaust survivor and activist Avraham Shulgin.

7X has also been involved in the film festival circuit with several other documentaries.

In 2016, they were selected as one “must-watch documentaries” for the festival.

The films, which included interviews with survivors, activists, historians, film makers, and researchers, have received numerous awards including a Best Documentary Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

7XL is a new platform that Anglin has launched with seven films, including The Holocaust: The True Story.

Anglinsky hopes that the platform will be able to make an impact on the lives and careers of people who have experienced or are currently suffering from the holocene extinction.

“People need to be aware that this is not a new thing, this is a real thing that is happening,” Anglins said.

He added that the holoclips on the platform are available for people to download and share