The Mayerson JCC Jewish and Israeli Film Festival presents a diverse, inspiring lineup of award-winning films and engaging, educational programming that connects to the Jewish and Israeli stories.
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7:30pm: The Conference
Join us for the Jewish and Israeli Film Festival - The Conference. (Virtual)
Viewing Region: Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana
Virtual 48-hr Viewing Window Opens at 7:30pm ET on January 29
2022 - Historical Drama - 108 minutes - German - Matti Geschonneck
On January 20, 1942, leading members of the Nazi regime met in a villa in Berlin-Wannsee for a meeting that went down in history as the “Wannsee Conference.” The sole topic on the agenda that morning was what the Nazis called the “Final Solution to the Jewish Question,” the organization of the systematic mass murder of millions of Jews from across Europe. This historically accurate, haunting drama was produced for the 80th Commemoration Day of the Conference.
Presenting Partner: Jewish Family Service
Additional partnership support from The Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center
7:30pm: The Conference - Virtual Special Feature Event
Jodi Elowitz, Chief Learning Officer at The Nancy and David Wolf Holocaust and Humanity Center
Erik Jensen, Associate Professor of History at Miami University