Winter Film Course: After Schindler

Winter Film Course: After Schindler

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After Schindler: Hollywood's Third Generation of Holocaust Films virtual film course

As we enter a new age in remembering the Holocaust, film becomes an even more important tool for keeping these stories alive. Films like The Reader, The Flat, or The Keeper are reinventing portrayals of the Holocaust, and the image of the Holocaust on the screen is being re-investigated from a third generation perspective. Through this course, we will investigate the new generation of Holocaust films and how images are represented. Led by Isaac Zablocki, Director of The Carole Zabar Center for Film.
In partnership with 3GNY
Access to films not included in this course.
6 Mondays, Jan 25–March 1
A Zoom link for this program will be sent one week in advance of the first class 
Films and topics (more to be announced)
Jan 25: The Reader—Films Humanizing Germans
Feb 1: The Flat—The Generation Gap
Feb 8: The Keeper—Good Germans
Feb 15: Jojo Rabbit—Iconography

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