2008. Germany/Poland. Dir: Jolanta Dylewska. Documentary. 82 min.

A cinematographer by training, Dylewska knows the value of the image and its connective power across the gulfs of history. She spent a decade gathering amateur film footage of pre-WWII Jewish life in Poland, and crafted it into this stirring portrait of a lost era. Due to extenuating circumstances, Dylewska will not speak after the screening. Co-sponsored by Jewish and Israeli Studies.

Date: Tonight
Time: 8pm
Place: Goldsmith Family Cinema
Cost: Free

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