FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY -- Stealing Klimt: Maine Jewish Film Festival
Previously known as the Free Senior Luncheon and Matinee Program
12:00 PM Free Luncheon
Luncheon is limited to the first 60 seniors 65 years and older who reserve a seat. Call 207.831.7495 to secure a reservation. This film screening is free to all people 65 and older.
1:00 PM Stealing Klimt
The Holocaust was not just the greatest murder in history; it was also the greatest theft of art in history. This dramatic film recounts the decades long struggle by Maria Altmann, born and raised in Austria, to recover five Gustav Klimt paintings stolen from her family by the Nazis in 1938, and which have been hanging in the Austrian National Gallery since 1945.
In person, Victoria Reed, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, curator of provenance
Maine Historical Society (View)
489 Congress Street
Portland, ME 04101
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