Museum of Tolerance invites you to a special screening

Eva's Promise


Sunday, August 6th at 3:00pm

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On a train to Auschwitz, 17-year-old Heinz Geiringer told his sister Eva that he hid his paintings and poetry under the floorboards of his attic hiding place. Heinz made Eva promise, if he did not survive the camps, she would retrieve the artwork. Today, his story sits in the shadow of the better-known The Diary of Anne Frank. After the war, Eva became the posthumous stepsister of Anne Frank when her mother Fritzi married Anne's father Otto Frank. While the world knows Anne's story, this film introduces Heinz, his artistry, and his sister's efforts to find and share his remarkable legacy.

Q&A following the screening with Director/Producer Steve McCarthy and Producer – and long-time friend of Eva Geiringer Schloss – Susan Kerner, moderated by Director of the Museum of Tolerance Liebe Geft.

Reservations Required. RSVP now.

Included with museum admission.

FREE UNDERGROUND PARKING. Please be considerate of our residential neighbors and make every effort to avoid driving through single-family residential neighborhood streets.

Or, you may call the Advanced Ticket Desk at 310-772-2505 to secure your advanced ticket purchase.

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