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Reserve your seats for free screenings of “The Story of Lina Amato” by Johannesburg based filmmaker Johnathan Andrews #GETPeaceProject

The Story of Lina Amato

A documentary film about the true story of a Holocaust Survivor.

Free public screenings of the film in commemoration of the Rhodes Island Deportation of Jews by the Nazis during World War II.

During July 2018, the #GETPeaceProject documentary film entitled The Story of Lina Amato, by South African filmmaker, Johnathan Andrews will be screened in four cities in South Africa. The film screenings are done in commemoration of the deportation of Jews by the Nazis from Rhodes Island (Greece) during July 1944 – WWII.

The film screening events will take place at the Holocaust and Genocide Centres in Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban, while a Pretoria screening will take place at Jaffa.

To attend any of the film screenings is free, however it is essential to RSVP as limited space is available.

Screening Dates and Cities:

Cape Town: 12 July – Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre
www.holocaust.org.za/cape-town/TheStoryofLinaAmato.htm

Durban: 17 July – Durban Holocaust @ Genocide Centre
www.dbnholocaust.co.za.

Johannesburg: 24 July – Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre
www.jhbholocaust.co.za.

Pretoria : 26 July – Jaffa
www.unitedworldnation.org.

The film, with additional scenes and content, will be made available for purchase on DVD at the screening events.

Featured in the film:
Lina Kantor (Amato) – Holocaust Survivor.
Richard Freedman – Director of the South African Holocaust & Genocide Foundation.
Elif Comoglu Ulgen – Turkish Ambassador in South Africa (2017).

About the #GETPeaceProject:
GET is the acronym for a project to Get Earth Together.
Making films that make a difference, promote peace and tolerance, and inspire positive change. The #GETPeaceProject is powered by Johannesburg based filmmaker, Johnathan Andrews for his initiative entitled United World Nation.
For more information visit the website getpeaceproject.com

Visitgetpeaceproject.com.

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