Undying Love. Stories of Romance, Marriage and Rebirth in Displaced Persons' Camps
|Date||Wed, May 26, 11:00am - 12:00pm|
Undying Love tells the poignant, enduring, and miraculous love stories of the survivors of World War II. Against the brutalized landscape of post-war Europe, this film focuses on how survivors struggled to reconstruct personal identities and forge intimate relationships. Using searing testimonies, poetic dramatizations, archives and images of romantic love from the pre- and post-Holocaust era, Undying Love is a textured retelling of several extraordinary love stories which emerged “out of the ashes." With film awards from the US, Canada, Poland, and Israel, Undying Love has been televised around the world. Undying Love is among Réalisatrices Équitables/ Films Fatale’s 100 Best Canadian Films by Women.
A feature documentary written and directed by Helene Klodawsky. Produced by Ina Fichman.
You can watch the film here.
Post screening discussion with Helene Klodawsky, Director, in conversation with Sabine Rollberg, University of Freiburg (Germany). Register here.
Moderated by Rachel Stern.
Organized by The Fritz Ascher Society for Persecuted, Ostracized and Banned Art, New York.
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