An event every day that begins at 6:00 pm, repeating indefinitely
A superlative saga of courage and compassion, RUN BOY RUN tells the extraordinary and true story of a Polish boy who seeks the kindness of others in his solitary struggle to outlast the Nazi occupation and keep alive his Jewish faith. An unforgettable cinematic experience featuring exceptional performances, arresting cinematography, and transcendent musical score, RUN BOY RUN is directed by Oscar-winner Pepe Danquart and based on the bestselling Holocaust novel by Israeli author Uri Orlev. Following the movie, the Center will host a Patio Conversation on “Identity: ‘an ever evolving core within where our genetics (biology), culture, loved ones, those we cared for, people who have harmed us and people we have harmed, the deeds done (good and ill) to self and others, experiences lived, and choices made come together to form who we are at this moment’.”
$10 tickets are available at the Flicks or the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights.