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March 05, 2004 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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Perhaps/We, made by Canadian
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exploring the spiritual legacy of the
Holocaust as experienced in Poland.
The film, which relates to Nagler's fam-
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Saturday, March 20.

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of Jews in Poland because of the
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Hand-painted images are included in "Perhaps/We," by filmmaker Solomon Nagler

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Whatever You Destroy, a collaboration
of Americans Yoni Goldstein and Max
Sussman, looks back on a factory and
warehouse that became an Ann Arbor
artists' residence before being destroyed
by fire. The piece, which describes the
experience of people known to the cin-
ematographers, will be featured 8 p.m.
Tuesday, March 16.
The movie marathon, running
Tuesday-Sunday, March 16-21, will be
shown at the Michigan Theater in Ann
Arbor, where a wide range of interna-
tional subjects and approaches will be
explored in connection with some 125
examples of creative cinema.
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Perhaps/We, which has been shown
at the New York Jewish Film Festival
and England's Manchester
International Film Festival, includes
hand-painted images and is among a
group of four Jewish-Chemed movies
developed by Nagler, who can trace
survivors and victims through his
mother's background.
Nagler, who will be in Ann Arbor to
discuss his approach to cinema, origi-
nally majored in philosophy at the
University of Winnipeg, where he
became fascinated with making movies
and went on to study with the
Winnipeg Film Group, where he now

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