Nov 11, 2017, 3-4:30pm
Free Film Screening and Reception
EVENT IS SOLD OUT
As the Holocaust survivor population ages, we are on the brink of a turning point in its living story. Faced with this reality, the USC Shoah Foundation has embarked on an ambitious new project: to transform survivors into 3D digital projections that will interact with generations to come.
The documentary 116 Cameras follows Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss as she goes through this unique process and reflects on her role as a speaker and activist. The film is an intimate portrait of Eva as she tells her story in an utterly new way and reflects on memory, testimony and the Holocaust. Eva's story was previously told through the popular play by James Still And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank, which premiered at NCTC in 2001.
Join us for this free event celebrating the release of this short film 116 Cameras.
3pm: Reception with complimentary drinks and bites
3:30pm: Film Screening (Runtime: 15 minutes)
3:45pm: Talkback with Eva Schloss
4pm: Meet and greet with Eva Schloss and book signing. Eva's books will also be available for purchase at NCTC.
This is a free event, however tickets are required.
NCTC also recommends the November 12th event, Reflections on Resistance: After Auschwitz – An Afternoon with Eva Schloss, at Congregation Emanu-El. Click here for more details.