“Watching the Moon at Night” is now available for streaming on Vimeo! Please go to vimeo.com/ondemand search the title and rent the film for a 48 hour streaming. English subtitles!
“The film is an intellectually informative, visually compelling, emotionally moving and highly disturbing exploration of the phenomena of terrorism in our time.” Dr. Michael Berenbaum, Los Angeles. former President of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.
Thank you to “The Friends of the Hebrew University in Stockholm” for the screening and discussion of issues raised by our film. Thank you for Marianne Ahrne for your participation in the post-screening discussion.
Great opening of Joanna Helander and Arek Gola exhibition in Ruda Chebzie new Art gallery in the rebuild train station.
Simultaneously book release for “An Unknown Station” with their photos and poems of Ryszard Krynicki.
Dear friends, Honored that “Watching the Moon at Night” is invited to the “Freedom Filmfestival” in Bratislava. Screening on Wednesday, November 7, in wonderful Kino Lumière. It will be the premiere in Slovakia – with subtitles in Slovak. Discussions after the film with filmmakers. Looking forward! Please, join us if you are nearby!
Yesterday, Oct. 1, my close friend, the historian Walter Laqueur passed away at the age of 97 in Washington DC. Twenty-five years of inspiring friendship. Walter was also an adviser for our film “Watching the Moon at Night” in which he himself has an important part. May his memory be a blessing.
Photo of Walter in Breslau/Wroclaw
We are proud to announce that “Watching the Moon at Night” will be screened at JCC, Jewish Community Centre in Manhattan on April 24. Screening organized by Algemeiner and JCC. Welcome if you are in town!
Watching the Moon at Night — March 28 at The Center for Jewish History in New York
Film and Discussion
This powerful and timely documentary inspired by the historian Walter Laqueur explores the causes and consequences of terrorism and anti-Semitism around the globe. Creative camerawork and the poems of Nobel laureate Wislawa Szymborska are part of this exquisitely rendered cinematic essay. With filmmakers Bo Persson and Joanna Helander and journalist/educator/author and friend of Daniel Pearl, Asra Nomani. Moderated byJonathan Brent, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.
Ticket Info: $10 general; $7 members, seniors, students
presented by Center for Jewish History, American Sephardi Federation, YIVO Institute, and Yeshiva University Museum