When Day Breaks

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The Museum of Tolerance presents a special screening of

When Day Breaks

Special Film Screening

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 7:00pm

The Official Entry from Serbia for the 85th Academy Awards

 

Misha Brankov is a retired music professor.  One morning he receives a letter requesting that he contact the Jewish Museum in Belgrade.  At the Museum,  he learns that during some excavations on the sewers at the city’s old Fairgrounds, an iron box was found, in this same place where during the Second World War an infamous concentration camp was set up for Serbian Jews and Gypsies.

The contents of the box will change the Professors life…

Q & A with filmmaker Goran Paskaljevic will follow the screening

RESERVED SEATING FOR MEMBERS OF THE CINEMA SOCIETY OF THE MOT AND THEIR GUESTS.  FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE CINEMA SOCIETY OF THE MUSEUM OF TOLERANCE PLEASE VISIT THE CINEMA SOCIETY PAGE

No Charge. but Advanced Reservations Required.

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Free underground parking.

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Please note: The Museum will close early at 3:30pm on Friday, April 3rd, and will remain closed through Sunday, April 5th in observance of Passover. The last entry to the museum will be at 1:00pm.

The Museum will then close early at 3:30pm on Thursday, April 9th and will remain closed through Friday, April 10th in observance of Passover. The last entry to the museum will be at 1:00pm.

As such, the monthly From Hate to Hope® presentation has been moved to Sunday, April 12th at 3:00pm

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