Cinema

HOLDING HANDS WITH ILSE by ABRAHAM RAVETT

Monday, May 22 at 8PM                              

Holding Hands With Ilse (2017) is Abraham Ravett’s documentary film about the search for the German teenage girl who took care of the filmmaker between 1948-1950 in Walbrzych, Poland where he was born. Knowing only her first name and circulating a small photograph taken in 1950 of the two, the director explores the urban landscapes of western Poland and the journey involved in their unexpected reunion that recently took place in Ibbenbüren, Germany. FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!                                                                                                              

This screening is made possible thanks to a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

Doors 7:30 pm; admission $5.

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