Canadian Friends of Mountain Lake PBS events in Montreal

Screening Diversity and Inclusion: Our Documentary Film Series Continues!

La diversité et l’inclusion sous les projecteurs : Notre série de films documentaires continue!

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My Nazi Legacy

April 25, 2017 5:30 – 7:30 pm
1514 Doctor Penfield, Montreal

Join us for a screening of My Nazi Legacy, a documentary that explores the relationship between two men, each the sons of high-ranking Nazi officials, and internationally renowned British human rights lawyer Philippe Sands, whose family perished in the Holocaust. Through frank interviews, the men reflect on the crimes of their fathers and the price of forgiveness.

Followed by Q&A session with Mattias Pum, Austrian Overseas Service Officer and Kyle Matthews, Executive Director, Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, Concordia University.

Entry is free but registration is mandatory.

Register here

The Main – A Taste of Montreal’s Jewish, Italian and Chinese Communities

March 28, 2017 7:00 – 9:30 pm
Congregation Dorshei Emet, 18 Cleve Road, Hampsted QC

Premiere public screening of the English language film “La Main” by Montreal producer Paul Carvalho. La Main tells the story of Italian, Jewish, and Chinese people who settle along Saint-Laurent Boulevard, and the first encounters of French Canada with the rest of the world beyond the British Isles.  Each of these groups has enriched Montreal with their cultural traditions, but they have also suffered in different ways from prejudice and outright racism.

A fun discussion as well as culinary delights from the three communities will follow.

In partnership with Congregation Dorshei Emet.

Reserve Tickets

General admission: $25
Members of Mountain Lake PBS and Dorshei Emet: $18

May 28, 2017 7:00 – 9:30pm
Congregation Dorshei Emet, 18 Cleve Road, Hampsted QC

Thanks to our sponsors:
Gold: Totem Accoustic; iSappori Catering; The Azrieli Foundation; Casa D’Italia
Bronze: RBC Dominion Securities and the Brian Bronfman Family Foundation

 

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