7:00 p.m. Holocaust Remembrance Ceremony
7:20 p.m. Screening of the movie, None Shall Escape, followed by a conversation with former film critic for The Jewish Week, George Robinson
At the Y, 54 Nagle Avenue
Nominated for an Academy Award, None Shall Escape is a rarely seen American film that was released in 1944. It openly acknowledges the significance of antisemitism in Nazi ideology, a rarity before or during the Second World War.
George Robinson was a film critic for The Jewish Week for 26 years and currently is an adjunct assistant professor in media studies at Manhattan Community College. He is the author of the critically acclaimed books Essential Judaism and Essential Torah.
Most appropriate for adults. Material may be inappropriate for children under 17.
LocationYM&YWHA of Washington Heights & Inwood, 54 Nagle Avenue, New York City, NY 10040, USA
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