Award-winning filmmaker, Ronen Israelski, the son of a Holocaust survivor, embarked on a journey to find the last living people in the world who met Hitler.

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Award-winning filmmaker, Ronen Israelski, the son of a Holocaust survivor, embarked on a journey to find the last living people in the world who met Hitler.

His film, The Day I Met Hitler, that resulted from this quest presents World War II and the Holocaust through the eyes of people who were children when they met Hitler, and how it changed their lives and ours. The Day I met Hitler is won of best Canadian documentary film 2020, audience award, best cinematography by the Ontario International film festival, Rome prisma award and was screened in Jewish festivals around the globe.

Date: Thursday, October 13, 2022

Location:  The Leah Posluns Theatre at The Prosserman JCC. 4,588 Bathurst Street

7-8:30pm

*English and Hebrew subtitles

**The panel discussion will be conducted in English 

For further information please contact:

Galya Sarner. Director, The Israeli Canadian Project

Email: galyas@srcentre.ca

Cell: 647-403-6857

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: October 13, 2022

7:00 PM

Midtown Toronto

Prosserman JCC

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$10

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