The Together Plan is holding a film festival screening four films on the theme of ‘Heroes’. The films – made in Poland, France, Belarus and Germany – will address issues relevant to The Together Plan’s work, including Jewish and Belarusian history.
Join us on the 26th February for our first screening, of Karski and the Lords of Humanity, the compelling story of a the Polish underground courier who traveled across occupied Europe, infiltrating the Warsaw Ghetto and a Nazi transit camp to deliver eyewitness accounts of the unfolding Holocaust to the allied powers.
You can buy tickets for each screening for £10, or why not book a season ticket for just £30. 20% discount for concessions.
The Together Plan is organising the film festival in partnership with the Finchley Reform Synagogue Belarus Project (Registered Charity No. 1137577), who are supporting the Jewish community in Polotsk, Belarus.
Karski & the Lords of Humanity
Karski & the Lords of Humanity recreates and dramatises one man’s death-defying mission to awaken the conscience of world leaders – ‘the lords of humanity’, as he would later call them. Newsweek named Jan Karski (1914-2000) one of the most outstanding personalities of his era, calling his wartime mission one of the moral milestones of 20th century civilisation.
Using a groundbreaking technique that combines archival footage with animated sequences, Emmy-winning filmmaker Slawomir Grünberg tells the story of Karski, the Polish underground courier who traveled across occupied Europe, infiltrating the Warsaw Ghetto and a Nazi transit camp to deliver eyewitness accounts of the unfolding Holocaust to the allied powers. Among the archival materials never-before-seen interview with Karski conducted by E. Thomas Wood, co-author of Karski: How One Man Tried to Stop the Holocaust.
Le Voyage de Fanny
Sunday 9th April 2017, 7:30pm
Sunday 3rd September 2017, 7:30pm
Labyrinth of Lies
Sunday 12th November 2017, 7:30pm
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