20th Annual Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival Presents Numbered and Jerusalem E.R.

April 10, 2013
7:30 pm

Isenberg School of Management

Room: 137

UMass Amherst Campus

Handicap access available
Free admission
Interdepartmental Program in Film Studies


(dir Dana Doron, Uriel Sinai, Israel, 2012,  60 min, in Hebrew w/English subtitles)

An estimated 400,000 people were tattooed with serial numbers at Auschwitz; Doron, a young doctor and daughter of a survivor, interviews survivors as Sinai captures on camera their memories of those numbers in a testament to the enduring presence of history in individual lives.

screening with...

JERUSALEM E.R. (Yerushalayim E.R. )

(dir Hilla Medalia, Israel, 2012, 17 min, in Hebrew & Arabic w/English subtitles)

At a hospital in the zone between the Israeli and Palestinian communities, the stories of two female ER doctors (one Jewish, one Palestinian) reflect the world outside. Director/producer Hilla Medalia may be present for discussion.

Introduction by Olga Gershenson, UMass Amherst.


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