Chosen Yet Excluded


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The United States Premiere of the Documentary German and French TV Refused to Air

The Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Museum of Tolerance invite you and a guest to the U.S. Premiere of



Wednesday, August 9, 2017 7:00pm
at the Museum of Tolerance

Q&A with filmmakers Joachim Schroeder and Sophie Hafner, from Munich, moderated by Rabbi Abraham Cooper, Associate Dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, and Richard Trank, Principal Writer/Director and Executive Producer of Moriah Films, following the screening.

The hope was that the end of the Nazi Holocaust marked the end of anti-Semitism. The reality in 2017 proves otherwise. The producers of this riveting 90-minute film hit the streets in Germany, France, Israel and Gaza to investigate the depths of anti-Semitism in today’s Europe and beyond. What they uncovered are inconvenient truths that led German and French TV to refuse to broadcast this film

Join us for a provocative and informative experience.

Due to an overwhelming response we have received the maximum number of reservations that we can take for the screening of Chosen Yet Excluded and have no more tickets available.
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- # of tickets requested – maximum of 2

Museum members will be placed on a Waiting List in the order the requests are received. We will only contact you if we receive a cancellation.

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