ALL MY LOVED ONES TO BE SCREENED
SUNDAY JULY 9
AT
THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL RESOUCE AND EDUCATION CENTER OF FLORIDA

The Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida, 851 North Maitland Ave., Maitland is pleased to offer a Summer Film Encore on Sunday, July 9th at 2 pm with the screening of All My Loved Ones. This program is open to the entire community at no charge.

The disturbing, tragic yet beautiful story of an extended Jewish family in 1938 Czechoslovakia whose stubborn faith in humanity prevented them from foreseeing the horrible reality of the German threat. The story also embraces the historical figure of Nicholas Winston, the young English stockbroker who recognized the advancing danger and smuggled 669 Jewish children from Prague to Great Britain in 1939.

The Silberstein’s are a large and closely-knit family living a good life in the Czechoslovakian countryside. Little by little, as their daily life becomes more intolerable and their personal effects stripped away, they realize the true horror of what is coming, but it is too late. Knowing their inevitable fate, the Silbersteins have to make the toughest decision ever – do they turn their young son David, over to Nicholas Winton and risk never seeing him again.

“…inherent emotional power and moral importance…commands attention.â€? –Dave Kehr, New York Times

“By turns loving and pained…moving. The final moments, which pay stirring tribute to the real Winton, are as powerful as anything you’ll see on film this year.â€? –Elizabeth Weitzman, NY Daily News

This program is supported through generous grants from the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando and the Darden Restaurants Foundation. This project is also funded by the United Arts of Central Florida. Inc, State of Florida, Department of State – Division of Cultural Affairs, Florida Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts.

For information pleas call 407-628-0555.