Three Minutes: A Lengthening – Screening and conversation with the filmmakers
Taube Center for Jewish Studies
Department of German Studies
McMurtry Building, 355 Roth Way, Stanford, CA 94305
Coinciding with Yom Ha'Shoah, we will screen the new documentary, Three Minutes: A Lengthening, a close look at three minutes of footage of a Polish Jewish community in 1938. The film is based on Stanford alum Glenn Kurtz's book about discovering the footage, shot by his grandfather David, called Three Minutes in Poland: Discovering a Lost World in 1938. The film, directed by Bianca Stigter, captures a moment in a community before it is decimated by the Shoah. We will be joined by Stigter and Kurtz for a conversation and Q&A following the screening.
Guest parking is available for free after 4pm in Roth Garage near Oshman Hall.
Watch a trailer here>>
co-sponsored with the Stanford German Studies and Slavic Languages & Literatures