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January 17, 1986 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

We Will Beat
Your Bee Price

`Shoah' Documentary Due
At. Detroit Film Theater

Claude Lanzmann's 91/2-hour
documentary, Shoah, will be
shown at the Detroit Film Thea-
ter at the Detroit Institute of
Arts in March.
Part I will be shown at 7 p.m.
March 7, 7 p.m. March 8, noon
and 6 p.m. March' 9 and noon
and 6 p.m. March 23. Part II
will be shown at '7 p.m.' March
14, 7 p.m. March 15, noon and 6
p.m. March 16 and noon and 6
p.m. March 30.
Cost of admission includes
tickets to both parts of the film,
Shoah uses no historical foot-
age to retell the story of the de-
struction of European Jewry
durifig the Holocaust.
Lanzmann has instead relied on
• interviews of survivors.
Lanzraann • took 11 years to
complete his epic. More than
350 hours of film were shot as
Lanzmann visited 14 countries
interviewing countless witnesses
to the \ azi-induced terrors.
Acco ding to the New York
Times, Lanzmann's efforts were
not wi out difficulty. He had
financial problems, his life was
threatened and he was physi-
cally assaulted and it took
months and sometimes years to
find' witnesses. The Times said
he often resorted to deceptions
to film in secret interviews of

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Claude Lanzmann

former Nazi camp commanders.
A French Jew, Lehmann, 59,
is a disciple of existentialist
author Jean-Paul Sartre and
edited Sartre's journal, Modern
Times. He wrote for French
newspapers on topics such as
East Germany and the Middle
east.
Lanzmann worked with the
French Resistance. After the
war, he lectured in French phi-
losophy at the Unitersity.of Be-
rlin. In 1973, he made his first

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`Chore' Program
Benefits Elderly

Jewish coinmunities from De-
troit to Israel will participate in
festivities for Monday's first fed-
eral holiday honoring: Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King, Jr.
Leon Cohan, president of the
Jewish Community Council of
Metropolitan Detroit, will offer
greetings and note , the strong
Jewish suppOrt accorded the late
civil: rights leader in a city-wide
memorial program 7 p.m. Mon-
day at, Cobo Hall in downtown
Detroit.
In Israe14 ...theF,Knesset , will
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honoring Dr. King, President
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late civil rights advocate include
B'nai B'rith International
President Gerald Kraft and the
American Jewish Congress.
In -.a statement urging Jewish
participation in King Day ob-
servances, Kraft said Dr. King
"remains an /inspiration to
people everywilere."
The AJConkress has mounted
an exhibition of photographs
and quotations honoring Dr.
King in the lobby of its New
York offices. The display will
remain on exhibit through the
middle of February.

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Detroit, World Jewry
To Join King Festivities

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