“Watching the Moon at Night” to be screened in Paris, June 14

“Watching the Moon at Night” has been invited to be screened in Paris on June 14.

The screening and the following debate with the filmmakers and invited guests are hosted by Conseil Regional d’Ile-de-France, AfVT (Association francaise des Victimes du Terrorisme) and MPCT (Mouvement pour la Paix et contre le Terrorisme).

Salle Delouvrier 35, Boulevard des Invalides 75007 Paris

Entrée Libre – Réservation obligatoire auprès du MPCT

Par mail : mpctasso@aol.com

Praise in London for “Watching the Moon at Night”

After screening in London at the Wiener Library, Nick Cohen writes in the March issue of UK magazine “STANDPOINT” about our film:

“A powerful, almost lyrical, documentary, ‘Watching the Moon at Night’, by the Swedish filmmakers Bo Persson and Joanna Helander. They weave together the conspiracy theories of Nazism and the stories of the victims of its ghettos and camps with the anti-Semitic conspiracy theories of modern Iran and radical Sunni Islam and the stories of the victims of their terrorism. It is a warning of the danger of appeasing fascism in its old or new forms.

‘Watching the Moon at Night’ has been shown to the European Parliament and at film festivals around the world. It won’t surprise you to learn that it has proved too much for allegedly “liberal” Swedes, who wanted to see Israel demonised. Although the Swedish station Sveriges Television helped fund the documentary, it refused to show it on Swedish television”

Screening in Wroclaw

“Watching the Moon at Night” has been invited to be screened in the Storch synagogue in Wroclaw, Poland, on November 9.

At the same time Joanna Helander will show an exhibition in the synagogue with photos and objects from her Jewish family, Schiftan, which lived in Oppeln (Opole) and Breslau (Wroclaw) until they were deported and murdered in 1941 and in 1942.

American Première

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

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presented by Center for Jewish History, American Sephardi Federation, YIVO Institute, and Yeshiva University Museum