Nicole Kidman will narrate a documentary about SimonWiesenthal that is scheduled to open this autumn to mark the first anniversaryof the Nazi hunter's death.

Funded by a grant from the US-based Simon Wiesenthal Centreboard members Roland and Dawn Arnall, directorRichard Trank and his crew will trawl the globe for interviewswith long time Wiesenthal associates and former government leaders.

Simon Wiesenthal Centre dean and founder Rabbi Marvin Hier and Trank are producing andthe centre's US-based documentary unit Moriah Films,which Hier also founded, is serving as executiveproducer.

Ed Noeltner's Cinema managementGroup will offer the project to buyers here under its recent agreement torepresent the Moriah Films slate.

"We are thrilled to have Ms Kidman as the narrator ofthis important documentary," Rabbi Hiller and Tranksaid. "We thank her for her generosity in donating her time and talent tothis film."

Among the other Moriah titles Noeltner is selling here are Ever Again, which chronicles the rise of anti-Semitism in Europeand screens here in the Panorama section, and Beautiful Music, about the friendship between an Orthodox Jewishwoman and an autistic Palestinian girl.