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Screening and Q&A of Trezoros- The Lost Jews of Kastoria

June 19, 2017 @ 7:00 pm

The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center of Philadelphia will host a screening of another important Holocaust-related film, “Trezoros – The Lost Jews of Kastoria,” coupled with a Q&A session with the filmmakers.

The story is set in the beautiful, idyllic city of Kastoria where Jews and Christians lived in harmony for over two millennia. In October of 1940 it would all be destroyed after the invasion of Greece by Axis forces. Initially occupied by Italy, the Jewish community remained safe. After Mussolini fell from power the Nazis took control of the town, dooming the community that had existed since the times of the Roman Empire. The film uses never before seen archival footage, vibrantly bringing to life just one of the many Jewish communities that had existed in Greece before the end of World War II. “Trezoros” (a Ladino/JudeoSpanish term of endearment meaning “Treasures”) is a highly emotional story told by its survivors, with interviews filmed on location in Kastoria, Thessaloniki, Athens, Tzur Moshe, Tel Aviv, Miami, Los Angeles and New York. Please join us after the screening for a dessert reception & an opportunity to speak with Larry Confino & Lawrence Russo – filmmakers of Trezoros: The Lost Jews of Kastoria. This event is presented in partnership with the National Museum of American Jewish History.

Reservations are recommended for both events by calling HAMEC at 215-464-4701or email [email protected].


June 19, 2017
7:00 pm
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Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center


National Museum of American Jewish History
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Philadelphia, 19106 United States
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