The New Yorker Studios, IF YOU HEARD WHAT I HEARD, and the Museum of Tolerance invite you to join us for the Los Angeles Premiere of the Documentary short film

Nina & Irena

Breaking Eighty Years of Silence


Wednesday, November 1st 7:30pm

On the verge of her 90th birthday, Holocaust Survivor Nina Gottlieb reveals to her grandson the painful story of her sister’s disappearance during the Holocaust. Nina lost 25 members of her extended family, but never talked about it after she moved to America in 1951. In this heartbreaking and heartwarming story, filmmaker and Nina’s grandson Daniel Lombroso turns the camera on his own family as his matter-of-fact grandma explains the realities of war and human nature.

Q&A with special guests Nina Gottlieb, the subject of Nina & Irena, and Daniel Lombroso, Filmmaker and Journalist with The New Yorker.

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Watch the trailer here.

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