|Other author/creator||Bird, Barbara (Barbara O.)|
|Other author/creator||Maltz, Judy.|
|Other author/creator||Sherman, Richie.|
|Other author/creator||Schejter, Izhar.|
||Number 4 Street of Our Lady
||Tells the story of Francisca Halamajowa, a Polish Catholic woman who hid 15 of her Jewish neighbors during the Holocaust. The film draws on excerpts from a diary kept by one of the survivors, Moshe Maltz. It also incorporates testimonies from other Jews saved by Halamajowa, her descendants and former neighbors as they reconnect on a trip back to Sokalʹ.
|Credits||Cinematography, Richie Sherman ; edited by Richie Sherman, Barbarab Bird, Judy Maltz ; music, Izhar Schejter.|
||Eli Kindler, Grace Kucharzyk, Fay Letzer-Malkin, Chaim Maltz, Jolanta Staron, Volodymir Jasynsky, Sam Kram, Tad Liniewski, Vitte Nachfolger, Mariya Pashkovska, Ofir Kindler, Judy Maltz, Debbi Schonberger-Pierce, Omer Bartov, Amos Goldber, Irena Steinfeldt.
|Language||In English with optional subtitles in French, German, Hebrew, Russian and Spanish.|