In the News
- 10 August 2016
- 13 May 2016
It started with a small idea, to create a documentary about architects' visions for expressing the intangible emotions of sorrow and respect in the form of a memorial to the 11 Israelis killed by terrorists at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
- 14 December 2015
In these days of murderous rampages in Roseburg and Paris and San Bernardino, Calif., and elsewhere, it’s worth noting that mass murder — and terrorism — are not new. Steven Ungerleider, a Eugene-based sports psychologist and author, knows it all too well.
- 13 December 2015
The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) is honoring the 11 Israelis killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics in its first documentary film.
Post-production on the documentary short, titled "Munich 1972 & Beyond," is done and GSD is prepping for the film's release.
- 2 December 2015Israeli athletes were tortured, one even castrated, as gruesome new details of 1972 Munich horror revealed
“There were about seven of us in the room, and everybody froze,” Ungerleider tells the Daily News. “She said, absolutely, this is something I’ve lived with for all my life and I just need to get it off my chest. I need to get it out of my being from now on.”
- 2 December 2015
"Ms. Romano and Ms. Spitzer, whose husband, Andre, was a fencing coach at the Munich Games and died in the attack, first described the extent of the cruelty during an interview for the coming film “Munich 1972 & Beyond,” a documentary that chronicles the long fight by families of the victims to gain public and official acknowledgment for their loved ones. The film is expected to be released next year."