Branko Lustig at Berlinale
In Berlin, on February 11th, Branko Lustig, a two-time Academy Award winner and a man who survived concentration camps Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen, will attend a screening of the film "Night Will Fall", which aroused a great interest in media as a long-lost and never completed Hitchcock's documentary from 1945 about the German concentration camps.
Film "Night Will Fall", directed by Andre Singer, will be screened as a part of the Berlinale Special program at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele.
The abovementioned film will be also screened in May as a part of the Festival of Tolerance – Zagreb Jewish Film Festival.
This is already the seventh year in a row that, through this Festival, we build a monument of tolerance, educate about the necessity of understanding the different, speak about love and strive for a better tomorrow. I am convinced that our audience will recognize the high quality of all our programs and help us in promoting tolerance.
Branko Lustig, Honorary president of the Festival
Office for Education, Culture and Sports
International Talent Workshop
17/05/2014 - 24/05/2014
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