Special Film Screening: Finding Leah Tickotsky

The Museum of Tolerance in association with the British American Business Council- LA, The Harvard Club of Southern California, the Los Angeles World Affairs Council  and the Stanford Jewish Alumni of Los Angeles invites you to the

West Coast Premiere of 

Finding Leah Tickotsky

A Discovery of Heritage in Poland

Sponsored  by  Hold On To Your Music, NSBN LLP and Wells Fargo


Thursday, April 28, 2011


5:00pm Reception and VIP Tour

7:30pm Film Screening

Introductory remarks by producer Mona Golabek

In the summer of 2007, 19-year-old Stanford University Student Sarah Golabek-Goldman traveled to Poland to teach English.  While there she also visited the towns where her family lived before World War II to search for Poles who remembered her relatives.

Two years later Sarah would return to Poland and conduct over 200 interviews while researching Polish memories of the Holocaust.  In collaboration with TV Bialystok, Sarah produced Finding Leah Tickotsky a documentary that explores Polish-Jewish relations and her own journey to discover her roots.

Join Director of the Museum of Tolerance Liebe Geft, following the screening, for a conversation with filmmaker Sarah Golabek-Goldman and renowned Holocaust scholar and author Michael Berenbaum.

$50 - Pre-Screening Reception, VIP Tour and Film (must be purchased be purchased by 4/27)

$15 - General Admission

$12 - Seniors and Students

$10 - MOT Members

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or call (310) 772-2505

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