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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, January 19, 2017

Arts & Culture

With the Guidance of Alfred Hitchcock

After being shelved by the British Government in 1945 and following a restoration at Britain’s Imperial War Museum, German Concentration Camps Factual Survey, a feature-length documentary film commissioned by the Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF) and produced by the late filmmaker Sidney Bernstein, will have its first theatrical run in North America beginning January 6, 2017, at Cinema Village in New York City. This lost masterpiece of British documentary film was intended to definitively refute potential denials of the extent of the brutality in Nazi death camps. Opening night will feature an introduction and Q&A by Bernstein’s children, award-winning filmmaker Jane Wells

“Highs and lows make you feel that things matter,” writes Jonathan Safran Foer in his novel, “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.” Indeed, the stakes could not have been higher when Israel’s Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team faced its heavily favored rival, the Russian CSKA Moscow squad, on a neutral court in Belgium in 1977.

Deadly terrorism against Israeli team members at the 1972 Munich Olympics and the devastating 1973 Yom Kippur war had cast despairing clouds over Israel during the

A recently deceased co-star of the most widely viewed Holocaust drama in American television history was raised Catholic, but said he was so deeply affected by the role that he "became a Jew" in his view of the world.

Fritz Weaver, who died Nov. 26 in New York City at age 90, co-starred on “Holocaust,” a four-part miniseries that aired on NBC in mid-April 1978. The miniseries chronicled the fate of Europe's Jews under Hitler through the fictional lives of a Nazi war criminal and a German

The January through February programming schedule at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust has been announced. Highlights are:

• A Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative concert melding Yiddish tunes and songs from the Civil Rights era (January 15)

• Steve Oney and Joe Berger discuss the role of The New York Times in fighting anti-Semitism in the Leo Frank case (January 18)

• Award-winning artist and designer James Carpenter in conversation about his permanent

"I don't speak because I have the power to speak; I speak because I don't have the power to remain silent . . ."

This inspirational quote, a favorite from Rabbi A.Y. Kook, perfectly describes the spirited company of Silent NO MORE, an original “theatrical documentary” that made its New York City premiere in a one-night performance at the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall on December 15th. This very special evening of storytelling was presented by No Limits, a nationwide non-profit