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Bowdoin Offers Free Film Series on Holocaust

Story posted August 15, 1997


BRUNSWICK, Maine -- A film series focusing on the Holocaust will be held Monday nights this fall on the campus of Bowdoin College.

The films are shown in conjunction with "Literary Imagination and the Holocaust," a Bowdoin College course taught by Steven Cerf, a German professor at Bowdoin.

The film series is open to the public free of charge. Each screening will be in Smith Auditorium, Sills Hall, at 7 p.m.

Screenings are as follows (no showing on Oct. 13):

Sept. 1 -- "Night and Fog and Memory of the Camps"

Sept. 8 -- "Anne Frank Remembered"

Sept. 15 -- "Triumph of the Will"

Sept. 22 -- "The Boat is Full"

Sept. 29 -- "The White Rose"

Oct. 6 -- "Jacob the Liar"

Oct. 20 -- "Schindler's List"

Oct. 27 -- "Shoah" (Part 1)

Nov. 3 -- "Shoah" (Part 2)

Nov. 10 -- "Shoah" (Part 3)

Nov. 17 -- "Playing For Time"

Nov. 24 -- "Au Revoir, Les Enfants"

Dec. 1 -- "Sophie's Choice"

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