Jewish and Israeli Film Festival: Vishniac

He was difficult, flamboyant, and brilliant. Photographer and scientist Roman
Vishniac captured iconic images of Jewish life – from the cafes of pre-war
Berlin to the shtetls of Eastern Europe – all before fleeing Nazi Germany to
reinvent himself in America. Told through the eyes of his daughter Mara, this
documentary reconstructs his dramatic life, complicated relationships, and
breathtaking legacy.

February 20 – March 17 | Cincinnati Skirball Museum
** _Spotlight on Roman Vishniac_** _ _
In the second-floor lobby of Mayerson Hall, photographs, books, posters, and
documents from the collections of the Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the
American Jewish Archives and Klau Library amplify the life and work of this
versatile and innovative photographer.

** _Presenting Partners: Cincinnati Skirball Museum and Hebrew Union College
– Jewish Institute of Religion _**

** _The Mayerson JCC Jewish & Israeli Film Festival_** presents a diverse,
inspiring lineup of award-winning films and engaging, educational programming
that connects to Jewish and Israeli stories. **To see the whole 2024 lineup**[

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Cincinnati Skirball Museum 3101 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati


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