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 ~ February  ~ March ~ April ~ May ~
7:00 p.m.

Social Hall
Jewish Community Campus
5801 West 115th Street
Overland Park, Kansas


At the end of World War II in Europe, those who survived the Holocaust were faced with the difficult task of beginning life anew. For some, this meant a return to their countries of origin, for others immigration to new lands. For most, return to life was made possible by a desire to move forward – away from the past. Only later were survivors and western society able to remember and reflect upon these experiences. Films in this series were selected to explore this process of returning and the complications of remembrance.

All films will be shown on Wednesdays in the social hall at the Jewish Community Campus. Each program will begin at 7:00 p.m. with an introduction to the film.  Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for those with advance reservations. Seating for those without reservations will begin at 6:45 p.m.

Reservations: Advance reservations are encouraged and can be made by calling MCHE’s automated response line, 913-327-8196, visiting the MCHE office, emailing with full contact information, or reserving your seats below. The cutoff for advance reservations is noon the day prior to each event.

Sponsorship Opportunities
To help defray costs of licensing fees and publicity, MCHE is inviting sponsorships of $150 for individual films and full series sponsorships of $500 (Supporter) and $1,000 (Patron). Those interested may make their commitments using the button below, by mail, or by calling MCHE’s executive director, Jean Zeldin, at 913-327-8191.
Donations are also appreciated at the door but not required.
Series Patrons
Norman & Elaine Polsky Family Charitable Foundation

Series Supporters
Marsha and Michael Weaver

Individual Film Sponsors
(Ida) Sharon and Morrie Soltz
(Remember) Kori Street
Film Sponsorships
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May 24, 2017 – Remember

Shown in the Social Hall of the Jewish Community Campus

With the aid of a fellow Auschwitz survivor (Martin Landau) and a hand-written letter, an Auschwitz survivor struggling with memory loss (Christopher Plummer) embarks on a cross-country odyssey to find the former Nazi responsible for the deaths of his family members. This suspense-filled story is one of belated revenge and ultimate accountability.

Running time: 95 minutes, English – Rated R for strong language

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