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28th Toronto Jewish Film Festival TJFF2020 Part two: October 22 - November 1

Professor Mamlock Special J- Flix Presentation

Screening Information

Film Details

Country Russia (Soviet Union)
Year 1938
Running Time 100 MIN
Language Russian
Subtitles English
Director Adolf Minkin & Herbert Rappaport

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Description

Film available for viewing now thru June 25th.

Made in Stalin’s Russia, Professor Mamlock was one of the first films worldwide to tackle Nazi anti-Semi- tism head-on. Based on a famous play by a German-Jewish exile to Moscow, Friedrich Wolf, and directed by an Austrian-Jewish exile, Herbert Rappaport, the film tells with brutal honesty the story of a Jewish doctor and his family as he becomes a victim of the Nazis’ rise to power in 1930s Germany. Professor Mamlock is not only impressively acted but also beautifully shot—and was a hit with audiences both at home and abroad.

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Presentation Details

Introduction By Daniel Panneton, of the Sarah and Chaim Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre, talks about the film's groundbreaking depiction of Nazi brutality and the excitement it caused when it first played in Toronto over 80 years ago.
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Zoom Q & A With Professor Olga Gershenson, author of "The Phantom Holocaust: Soviet Cinema and Jewish Catastrophe" and Jutta Brendemühl, Goethe-Institut Toronto Join Panel Discussion Here on Thursday June 25 at 7pm
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