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Announcing the Exclusive, HBO Sponsored Screening of “Primo”

Announcing the Exclusive, HBO Sponsored Screening of “Primo” 
November 16th, 2011 DHM/CET theater
“Primo” is the film adaptation of author Primo Levi’s original theatrical presentation of the memoirs of the year he spent as a prisoner at Auschwitz.
Thanks to a grant from HBO, DHM/CET will screen this extraordinary dramatization of Levi’s Auschwitz memoirs that were originally entitled, Survival in Auschwitz. This acclaimed work was translated into many languages and published in the United States as, If This is a Man. Please join us for this exclusive screening.
 
Come early to visit the gallery featuring Color of Memory:Art by two Daughters of the Holocaust by artists Veronique Jonas and Julie Meetal.
 
Due to HBO underwriting there is no cost to attend the screening. However, seating will be limited. Please RSVP to RSVP@DallasHolocaustMuseum.org or call (214)741-7500.

Watch our collaboration with the Dallas Holocaust museum at opening night of VideoFest 23, where we screened “A Film Unfinished,” Yael Harsonski’s haunting documentary about Nazi propaganda in the Warsaw Ghetto. The film was book-ended by the testimonies of Max Glauben, a survivor from the Warsaw Ghetto who experienced the atrocities of the Third Reich firsthand.

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About VideoFest

The Video Association of Dallas is dedicated to promoting an understanding of video as a creative medium and cultural force in our society, and to supporting and advancing the work of Texas artists working in video and the electronic arts. Through its programs and information services, the Video Association intends to educate and inform artists, students, educators, critics, video and film producers and an interested public so they may better understand, appreciate and evaluate the creative possibilities of the video medium. It will also provide a forum for the work of regional video artists, in order to stimulate excellence in their work and provide the opportunity for dialogue and critical discussion.

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