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The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival and the Museum of Tolerance present a special screening of


preceded by the Los Angeles Premiere of


Monday, May 6, 2019
7:00 p.m.

Sponsored by Councilmember Paul Koretz and the
Department of Cultural Affairs

The Accountant of Auschwitz reconstructs the controversial war crimes trial of elderly Nazi underling Oskar Gröning who at 94 was charged by German prosecutors as an accessory to mass murder. Gröning, a former Auschwitz guard was responsible for collecting the stolen loot of Jewish prisoners. As the frail old man faces death camp survivors, a debate rages over his complicity and fitness to stand trial. Interviews with Efraim Zuroff, Alan Dershowitz, Ben Ferencz among others.

Hope Dies Last is based on the story of Józef Paczynski, a Polish political prisoner at Auschwitz who became the personal barber to camp commander Rudolf Höss.

Q&A with Efraim Zuroff, Chief Nazi-hunter, Simon Wiesenthal Center.

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