"Renowned Brooklyn builder Ratner brings 1945 Holocaust documentary to screen" (so, affordable housing?!?)
The “German Concentration Camps Factual Survey," commissioned by the British Ministry of Information but later suppressed, does seem like a very worthy film to revive.
But why exactly does the article from the Courier-Life, headlined "Renowned Brooklyn builder Ratner brings 1945 Holocaust documentary to screen," contain these off-point passages:
Bruce Ratner is best known for his development prowess, including building The New York Times building and, in Downtown Brooklyn, MetroTech and the new Barclays Center — home of the basketball Nets, of which he is a part owner. He’s currently constructing three buildings in the Atlantic Yards project — now known as Pacific Park Brooklyn — half of whose total units will be affordable. Work will soon begin on a fourth building, which will be 100 percent affordable. By the end of June, construction will be underway on more than 780 units that are low-, moderate- or middle-income. When fully built, the project will have 2,250 affordable units.Could it be that he's the landlord of the Courier-Life chain, the Brooklyn Paper, and The Villager, which originally published the article under the headline Long-lost Hitchcock Holocaust film to show at Jewish museum? Or maybe that was required as part of the exclusive?