9th Annual Diaspora – Israeli-Russian Film Festival November15 – December 6

    Ninth Annual Diaspora – Israeli-Russian Film Festival

    Over the years, we have screened films from the outstanding documentary series The Unknown Holocaust by Boris Maftsir, whose mission to document evidences of Holocaust was more complex than those of the most significant explorations of Claude Lanzmann and the Shoah Spielberg Foundation, as he brought up the topic of the Holocaust in the former Soviet Union, which was hushed up and banned in for decades. This time we are showing his latest documentary, The Mystery of the Black Book, which reflects on why Stalin chose to hide the irrefutable and documented evidence of the Holocaust in the Soviet Union.

    End Game continues the theme of silencing the Holocaust in the festival program, describing an episode of brutal anti-Jewish repression in the Stalinist Soviet Union after World War II, which went down in history as The Night of the Shot Poets and the Doctors’ Plot. The latter, depicted in this film, is one of the rare attempts to present this topic on screen.

     

    Russian-American Cultural Center presents

    9th Annual Diaspora & Israeli-Russian Film Festival

    Event Venue:

    Virtual

    Event Date:

    November 15 – November 21 and November 22 – December 6, 2020

    Free tickets via Eventbrighthttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/9th-annual-diaspora-israeli-russian-film-festival-november15-december-6-tickets-128370249873

    Festival program: //www.russianamericanculture.com/events/film-events/ninth-annual-diaspora-israeli-russian-film-festival

    Join us for the 9th Annual Diaspora – Israeli-Russian Film Festival, streaming across the U.S. and globally in two parts:  November 15 – November 21 and November 22 – December 6, 2020

    Meeting the challenges of 2020, we are transforming our 9th Annual Diaspora Festival into a virtual experience. As always, we offer a unique program of films, some of which can only be seen at our festival, besides, among them there are three New York and world premieres. Greater presence and accessibility will provide global participation for our diverse audiences in the USA and internationally, associated with being at home during the epic scale pandemic and having a strong online presence.

    TICKETING INFOEVENTBRITE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/9th-annual-diaspora-israeli-russian-film-festival-november15-december-6-tickets-128370249873?

    Please register on Eventbrite and you will receive passwords to watch films in time of your convenience.

    For news and more info, follow us on social media & check the website: https://www.russianamerticanculture.com | email to: [email protected]

    This project is made possible with funds from the NYSCA Electronic Media/Film in Partnership with Wave Farm: Media Arts Assistance Fund, with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and Cojeco.

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