Temple Beth El Max Alvarez, Film Historian, Author and Lecturer ‘The Cinema Seeks Justice’

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In our highly unjust world, moviegoers never tire of seeing unflappable people fighting corruption and injustice in court – and occasionally winning. 

It also helps when a film is based on true events.

Join film historian Max Alvarez for this compelling and inspiring multimedia journey through legal justice dramas where protagonists battle slavery and racism (Amazing Grace, MarshallLoving), war crimes (Judgement at Nuremberg), Holocaust revisionism (Denial), environmental corruption (Dark Waters), and international pollical injustice (Z, In the Name of the Father).


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A presentation from Temple Beth El’s Continuing Education Series

Continuing Education programs are provided through contributions made by temple partners and friends like you to our Continuing Education Fund (www.tbeli.org ).   

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