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“Eva: A-7063” Documentary Screening

When:
October 20, 2019 @ 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
2019-10-20T17:30:00-04:00
2019-10-20T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
Indiana Historical Society
450 W Ohio St
Indianapolis, IN 46202
USA
Cost:
film free; reception $10
Contact:
"Eva: A-7063" Documentary Screening @ Indiana Historical Society | Indianapolis | Indiana | United States

As a 10-year-old “Mengele Twin,” Eva Kor suffered some of the worst of the Holocaust. At 50, she launched the biggest manhunt in history. In her 80s, she circled the globe to promote the lesson her journey taught: Healing through forgiveness.

Eva is a triumph of hope, and this film is her legacy piece. “Eva is more than just a story,” says actor Elliot Gould. “She’s a revelation of what’s possible in the human condition.”

Narrated by Hollywood icon Ed Asner, “Eva: A-7063” tells the full, astonishing story of this historic figure for the first time, tracking her from Auschwitz to Israel to the United States – even into the U.S. Capitol for her jaw-dropping arrest – and ultimately to her courageous return to the Nazi death camp.

It reveals her hidden pain, unbridled rage and unextinguished love for humanity that transformed her into an international spokeswoman followed by millions.

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“Eva: A-7063,” is a documentary by Ted Green and Mika Brown in partnership with WFYI, Indianapolis’ PBS affiliate. Their journey with Eva took them more than 90,000 miles around the world and illuminated a psychological odyssey that will be discussed for generations.

Ultimate destination: HOPE. HEALING. HUMANITY.

Please join the Indianapolis chapter of America’s Future Foundation and The Bastiat Society, along with the American Institute of Economic Research, and writer Chloe Anagnos for a free, community screening of “Eva: A-7063” on Sunday, October 20 at the Indiana Historical Society.

Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the screening will begin at 6 p.m. A Q&A session will follow with the director of the film, Ted Green.

A reception with appetizers and drinks will take place afterward in the Indiana Historical Society lobby.

Tickets for the reception are $10 and proceeds will benefit the CANDLES Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute, Indiana.

We’re still accepting sponsorships for this event. If your organization or business would like to take part, please email [email protected]


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