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A film by Galina Evtushenko

Friday, June 1, 2018
at 7:00 p.m.

50 Winchester St., Newton

In Russian with English subtitles

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The eveningn program: Welcoming Shabbat Ceremony.
Light supper will be served.
Movie screening
Q&A session

"Radical Film Studio", Moscow.

Tickets: $25, $30 at the door. Limited amount of seats.

Nobody will know is about children raised in a Jewish orphanage that existed in Moscow from 1923 to 1933. Five graduates of this orphanage still live. They speak about the years spent there as of the best years of their lives. They went through terribles times, "times of the beast," as the Russian poet Mandelstam called them, and kept their dignity and their gratitude towards those who helped them survive in those hard twenties. Unique documentary footage used in the movie helps us feel the athmosphere aurrounding children, the athmosphere with the main principle: all Jews are responsible for one another. Documentary footage is complemented with the modern one. In this movie we will meet children from the new Jewish orphanage, recently opened in Moscow for children who lost their parents. Generations link still exists. Such a pity that there is still the need in orphanages...

Prof. Galina Evtushenko is a director and producer of documentary and feature films. Born and educated in Voronezh, Russia, she graduated from Voronezh State University in philology and went on to complete her Ph.D. at the renowned All–Russian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIC) in Moscow. She also took and completed additional advanced courses for scriptwriters and directors.

As a filmmaker and scholar Evtushenko has participated in a number of international film festivals – in Greece, Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Hungary, Sweden, India, the USA, Canada, Brasil, and Israel, sometimes serving as a member of the jury at these festivals. She has also taken part in international forums and workshops in Munich, Ebeltoft, New York, and Jerusalem. 

Evtushenko is a member of the Russian Filmmaker’s Union, the Theatrical Union, and the International ICOM. She is currently a Professor at the Russian State University for the Humanities, where she has worked for more than 15 years, but since February is in the United States as a Fulbright Scholar in the Documentary Studies Program in the Department of History at the University at  Albany, State University of New York.


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