THREE MINUTES, A LENGTHENING

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Showings

Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Fri, Sep 16 2:10 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Fri, Sep 16 4:05 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Sat, Sep 17 2:10 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Sat, Sep 17 4:05 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sat, Sep 17 8:05 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sun, Sep 18 12:05 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sun, Sep 18 2:00 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sun, Sep 18 3:55 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 3 Sun, Sep 18 5:50 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Mon, Sep 19 2:35 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Mon, Sep 19 4:30 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Tue, Sep 20 2:35 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Tue, Sep 20 4:30 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 2 Wed, Sep 21 2:35 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 2 Wed, Sep 21 4:30 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 2 Wed, Sep 21 6:25 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 2 Wed, Sep 21 8:20 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Thu, Sep 22 2:50 PM
Cinema Arts Centre - Cinema 1 Thu, Sep 22 4:45 PM

Description

THREE MINUTES, A LENGTHENING

Three minutes of home movie footage, mostly in color, shot by David Kurtz in 1938, are the only known moving images left of the Jewish inhabitants of Nasielsk, Poland, before the Holocaust. Those precious minutes are examined in intricate detail to unravel the human stories hidden in the celluloid. Tracing the story of those three minutes begins with the journey of Glenn Kurtz to discover more about his grandfather's film, ultimately leading to identifying people and places otherwise erased from history, and helping to connect a Holocaust Survivor with his lost childhood. (Netherlands/UK, 2022, 69min., In English, Polish, German, and Yiddish, PG | Dir. Bianca Stigter)

Film poster for THREE MINUTES, A LENGTHENING (2022)