Special Film Screening: Nuremberg




The Museum of Tolerance and the Beverly Hills Bar Association invite you to the Los Angeles premiere of

Nuremberg

Its Lesson for Today

 

Thursday, June 2, 2011

 

7:00pm Film Screening


Q&A with producer Sandra Schulberg following the screening.  

 “THE REASON IT HAS THE POWER TO SHOCK, APPALL AND INFURIATE IS BECAUSE OF ITS TRUTH.” — Stuart Klawans, The Nation

“HAUNTING AND VIVID. What this documentary shows is how a vital  And indispensable principle of humanity was restored.” —A.O. Scott, New York Times

“ MESMERIZING.‘Nuremberg’ couldn’t be more of the moment. Something of a minor miracle.” —Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post

Made for the U.S. Dept of War in 1948, this historic film about the first Nuremberg trial was widely shown in Germany but suppressed in the U.S. Why was it banned? Come see for yourself and discover why one of the most important and dramatic films of our time was buried for more than 60 years.

MCLE credit available.  For attorneys wishing to receive MCLE credit contact the Beverly Hills Bar Association at 310.601.BHBA or visit www.bhba.org .

$10 - General Admission

$7 - MOT and BHBA Members

Purchase Your Tickets Online - online registration now closed


NUREMBERG opens June 3, 2011 at the Nuart Theatre.


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Visit the film's website at www.nurembergfilm.org

 

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