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Inna Rogatchi's Film Acquired by Harvard University

Posted 10/3/2015

March 2015

Inna Rogatchi's Film Acquired by Harvard University

The Lessons of Survival: Conversations with Simon Wiesenthal, a film by Inna Rogatchi, has been acquired by Harvard University.

Harvard University

Being one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world, Harvard has a high-end Center for Jewish Studies whose founding director was professor Isadore Twerski, a member of a renowned family of authorities on Judaism, and the father of Rabbi Moshe Twerski who was killed in the terrorist attack on the Nar Hof Synagogue in Israel in November 2014. Other faculties of Harvard also pursue advanced historical studies dealing with Jewish history and related subjects and disciplines.

The famous Library of Harvard University is the largest academic library in the United States, and is one of the largest and best ones in the world.

Inna Rogatchi's film on Simon Wiesenthal has been previously acquired by Columbia University and Hebrew University, the Arizona State UniversityYad Vashem, the US Holocaust Museum Memorial (Washington, D.C.), the Illinois Holocaust Museum, the Memorial de la Shoah (Paris), and many other leading institutions world-wide.

In March 2015, Inna Rogatchi will present her film at the Holocaust Film Series of the largest in Australia and New Zealand Jewish International Film Festival.

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