Cancelled: Film Screening: “I Am Free … But Who is Left?”
Film Screening: “I Am Free ... But Who is Left?”
The Fortunoff Archive is pleased to announce that "I Am Free...But Who is Left?" will be screened at on Thursday, October 12 at 7:00 pm at the Humanities Quadrangle, L01 (320 York Street) at Yale University. "I Am Free...But Who is Left?" was directed and produced by 2020 Vlock Fellow Joanne Weiner Rudof and co-produced by Lawrence L. Langer.
"I Am Free...But Who is Left?" documents a mother, a father, four brothers, and a sister living in Hrubieszów, Poland, a small town with a majority Jewish population. They thrive economically and academically despite antisemitism. Survivors of the family and the town describe the Nazi invasion, brutality, destruction, and murder. Personal photographs and documents enhance reflective first-person accounts.
After the film, we will hold a Q&A with the Joanne W. Rudof (in person) and Lawrence L. Langer (via Zoom), the film's Directors.
To view the film trailer and learn more about the film please visit the film website here.
This screening is co-presented by the Fortunoff Video Archive and the Yale Film Archive. It is part of a five-part series and is co-sponsored by the Fortunoff Video Archive, the Whitney Humanities Center, the Yale Program for the Study of Antisemitism, and the Film and Media Studies Program