Directed by Michael King
Followed by panel discussion on historical and contemporary responses to genocide with the film’s director, Michael King and American Jewish World Service, Jewish World Watch and the USC Shoah Foundation
About the Film
Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Michael King presents this powerful documentary exploring lessons from the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide in a quest to understand what should be done to stop the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Darfur. The film follows a young Rwandan activist who lost 100 members of her family in the genocide and a renowned British Holocaust historian on a journey across 15 countries and three continents interviewing survivors and the descendants of righteous gentiles. Named “Best Documentary” at the Palm Beach and Beloit International Film Festivals.
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General Admission $12