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Cincinnati Jewish and Israeli Film Festival: Numbered

Kyle Pope
7:30 p.m., Wednesday February 13 | Festival Pass: $65 J members, $75 public

 2012 Documentary, 60 minutes. Uriel Sinai, Dana Doron. Israel. Hebrew with English Subtitles. 


Film description Auschwitz survivors show how they have thrived and refused to live their lives as victims, despite the tattoos they have borne on their arm for +65 years. *Accompanying short: "Just the Two of Us."


Vieewers are invited to a panel discussion following the movie with local survivors. Support from The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education. 


Awards: Best Debut Film Award at the Israeli Documentary Forum Awards; Silver Hugo Award at the Chicago International Film Festival. 


Located: Mariemont Theatre, 6906 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227.  



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