DUBLIN / NEW YORK -- A Holocaust documentary produced by Gerry Gregg for Irish TV and titled "Close to Evil" has been nominated for the Irish Film and Television Academy(IFTA) awards, dubbed the ''Irish Oscars'' in Dublin, and the awards ceremony is set to take place on October 22, according to Tomi Reichental, an Irish citizen today who was imprisoned as a teenager in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and is a focus of the movie.
Reichental said he was taken in a Nazi transport train from his hometown, after the selection by the Nazi commander Alois Brunner.
"Brunner died in 2010 in Syria and he is no longer being sought after by the Wiesenthal Center as they have proof that he died. He got away with his crimes," Reichental said.
"I was in Bergen-Belsen," he said. "We lived in block 207."