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Fitting In: A Short History of Jewish Film in America
Feb 24 2016 | 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Fitting In: A Short History of Jewish Film in America

Explore How American Jews and Hollywood Film Makers Worked to "Fit In" to American Life!

The Breman Museum is proud to sponsor "Fitting In: A Short History of Jewish Film in America" at The Temple! From February 24th to March 30th, The Temple will showcase excerpts of the most important films of the Jewish experience, accompanied by in-depth discussions by news and documentary producer Bob Bahr.

The lecture series will take place Wednesday mornings, from 10:00 to 11:30 AM.

Tickets: $49 for the series (6 sessions total).

This event is located at The Temple, located at 1589 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309.


To register for the film series, please see the Events Page on the Temple's website or call Joya Schmidt at 404-873-1731.

About Bob Bahr

Bob Bahr has extensive experience in the world of journalism and documentary film. He worked a number of years at CBS News as a reporter, producer, and news executive with journalism greats Walter Cronkite, Dan Rather, and Diane Sawyer. His work as a journalist in Central America earned him an Emmy nomination. He has also been heavily involved in several award-winning documentary projects with organizations such as CNN, NPR, Entertainment Tonight, PBS, MGM, and Turner Broadcasting. Today, Bob largely focuses on developing educational programs and documentaries about movies and their relationship to American culture. He is also a frequent lecturer at Mercer and Emory Universities. 

This Film Series is Co-Sponsored By The Temple, The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum.

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