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Boulder Jewish Film Festival: Those Who Remained

Date: March 11, 2020
Time: 12:00 pm
Location:  Show map
Gordon Gamm Theater
2590 Walnut St
Contact: Jodi ZicklinEmail: Jodi.Zicklin@boulderjcc.org

Prior to the screening there will be a short ceremony on the stage of the Gordon Gamm Theater launching the Ilona Irene Rosenschein Holocaust Education Endowment Fund. Speakers include the fund’s creator, Larry Cohn, and Rabbi Marc Soloway.

Hungary’s entry for the 2019 Oscars is a profoundly human story of connection in a fractured world. A bond that forms between two unrelated Holocaust survivors proves hauntingly intense— and tragically misunderstood—in this tenderly told tale of trauma, healing, and the fragility of the human heart. Reminiscent of “The Lives of Others” in its theme and restrained power, and set during post-war Hungary’s brutal years of communism, the film deals with the painful aftermath of a horror that refuses to end.

Premiered at the Telluride Film Festival

Selected for inclusion in the Boulder International Film Festival

Short-listed for Best Foreign Film Oscar

Directed by Barnabás Tóth
98 Minutes
In Hungarian with English Subtitles
Hungary: 2019

Wednesday, March 11 | Gordon Gamm Theater | Screening at 12 pm | $15 in advance, $18 at the door | PURCHASE TICKETS