**UPDATE** THE FILM IS SOLD OUT - TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR THE Q&A

Commemorating Kristallnacht: The Night of Broken Glass

Join Academy Award-Nominated Actor Jesse Eisenberg, Director/Screenwriter Jonathan Jakubowicz in an intimate conversation about Resistance

Discussion and Q&A: Tuesday, November 10, 6pm PST/9pm EST
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In commemoration of Kristallnacht, the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Museum of Tolerance present an exclusive screening and Q&A of the new Holocaust bio-pic Resistance, starring Oscar-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg as iconic French mime Marcel Marceau.

Resistance is based on the true story of how Marcel Mangel (later becoming Marceau) was recruited into the French Resistance and saved the lives of thousands of children orphaned at the hands of the Nazis. The film also stars Ed Harris, Edgar Ramirez, and Bella Ramsey.

A discussion and Q&A with Resistance star Jesse Eisenberg and director/screenwriter Jonathan Jakubowicz will take place on Tuesday, November 10 at 6pm PST/9pm EST. The program will be moderated by Richard Trank, Academy Award®-winning Writer/Director of Simon Wiesenthal Center's Moriah Films. MOT Director Liebe Geft will introduce.

The virtual screening and talent conversation are in partnership with IFC Films and Tamar Simon with Mean Streets Management. 

We have received our maximum number of RSVP’s for the film Resistance, no more reservations for the film are available at this time.

Reservations are available for the Kristallnacht program on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 6:00pm. 
You may make your reservation for the Kristallnacht program and should tickets become available for the film we will be pleased to let you know.



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