Events | Screening: The People vs. Fritz Bauer

Los Angeles | June 25, 2018 | 8:00 pm

We are completely booked up! Admission for the screening will be at a first come, first serve basis. We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause.

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In Person: Burghart Klaußner (Thomas Mann Fellow)

Dir. Lars Kraume, color, 105 min., Germany 2015

Germany, 1957. The Hessian Chief Public Prosecutor Fritz Bauer receives vital clues about the whereabouts of SS Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Eichmann, a key figure in the mass deportations and murders of European Jews. Allegedly, Eichmann is hiding in Buenos Aires. Fritz Bauer, a Jew and Social Democrat, who had made it his objective since returning from Danish exile to bring perpetrators of the Nazi regime before the courts, tries to arrange the trial of Adolf Eichmann in West Germany.

"Energizing the entire film (...) is the compelling performance of veteran German actor Burghart Klaußner, who captures Bauer's firebrand intensity exactly. (Kenneth Turan, L.A. Times)

Post screening discussion with Burghart Klaußner and Hilary Helstein, Executive Director of the Los Angeles Jewish Filmfestival.


Location
Villa Aurora, 520 Paseo Miramar, Los Angeles, CA 90272  
 
This event is free of charge, however RSVP is required at infola@vatmh.org or by calling 310.454.4231
 
Street Parking is available on Los Liones Drive. Shuttle service starts at 7 p.m. from Los Liones Drive, off Sunset Boulevard two blocks North East of Pacific Coast Highway. Please do not park on the Topanga State Park Lot!

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