RESISTANCE: Film Discussion with Jesse Eisenberg
Wednesday, July 15 | 7:00 PM | Free
Long before he rose to international fame as a mime, Marcel Marceau put his fledgling career as an artist on hold to spirit Jewish refugee children out of Nazi-occupied France, even as his own father was murdered at Auschwitz. Watch the extraordinary new film Resistance, about that little-known chapter of Marceau’s life, and then join our discussion with the film’s star, Jesse Eisenberg (The Social Network), and director and screenwriter Jonathan Jakubowicz (Hands of Stone, Secuestro Express).
Advanced registration is required.
We are happy to offer these webinars free of charge in these challenging times and hope you enjoy them. Any contribution to support our efforts is appreciated.
Presented in partnership with IFC Films and Tamar Simon of Mean Streets Management.
We offer congratulations to these Rutgers faculty members who were recently promoted to the rank of full professor.
|Nancy Sinkoff, academic director of the Bildner Center and professor of Jewish studies and history at Rutgers|
|Paola Tartakoff, professor of Jewish studies and history and chair of the Department of Jewish Studies|
|Emma Wasserman, professor of religion and an affiliated faculty member in Jewish studies|