Date(s) - Wednesday, April 22nd
1:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Local Jewish filmmaker Brad Lichtenstein and his company, 371 Productions, are creating a virtual reality experience in partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum that tells the story of how a group inside the Warsaw Ghetto, the Oyneg Shabbes, secretly wrote journals and articles documenting their experiences and collected evidence of Jewish life and Nazi atrocities from both within and outside the walls. Join Brad and JMM Education Director Ellie Gettinger online as they discuss this unique collaboration and other upcoming projects.
This program will be presented virtually via Youtube and Facebook. You can also get it delivered to your email by signing up for our e-newsletter here below.
About Brad Lichtenstein: Brad is an award-winning filmmaker who has been making documentaries since 1998 and founded 371 Productions in 2003. He’s won two Duponts: one for the 2016 Al Jazeera America series Hard Earned (produced with Kartemquin Films) and another for his 2001 film Ghosts of Attica (produced with Lumiere Productions). He has been nominated for a News and Doc Emmy for his film As Goes Janesville (PBS/Independent Lens) and was nominated for a Peabody for his radio series about gun violence, Precious Lives. He is in post production for When Claude Got Shot, a feature doc about race and gun violence in America, supported by Ford, ITVS, Sundance, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Black Public Media and Patty Quillen. Brad also produced for Frontline and Bill Moyers.
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