Director: Rob Cohen (90 minutes, USA, 2012)|
English, German, Hebrew, French and Czech with English subtitles / Documentary
In the last bloody months of World War II, the Nazis targeted Jewish children who arrived at Buchenwald in death marches from the east. This is the story of four young boys now aging men who were imprisoned in Buchenwald. They are among the nearly 1,000 Jewish orphan boys hidden in plain sight and saved from certain death by the camp's Communist prisoner underground. In April 2010, sixty-five years after liberation, Alex Moscovic, Naftali-Duro Furst, Pavel Kohn and Israel Laszlo Lazar return to honor the memory of friends and their guardian angel, Antonin Kalina, the Czech resistance member who oversaw Block 66. Mature themes.
Sunday, April 21, 1:15pm
Program: Steven Moskovic
Wednesday, April 24, 4:45pm
The Northern Virginia Jewish Film Festival will run April 18-28. Film screenings April 19-28 will be held at Angelika Film Center & Cafe at Mosaic in Fairfax. The complete NVJFF schedule is posted at www.jccnvarts.org. Single tickets are $9-$11 (purchase in advance online or at-the-door starting one hour before screening). Opening night event is $39. Closing night event is $13. All-access festival pass (excluding opening and closing events) is $60.
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Angelika Film Center & Cafe at Mosaic (View)
2911 District Avenue
Fairfax, VA 22031
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|