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"All Jews Out (Alle Juden Raus!)" Virtual Screening & Discussion

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Immerse yourself in a poignant historical journey with "All Jews Out (Alle Juden Raus!)," an Oscar-nominated documentary by the esteemed filmmaker Emanuel Rund. Praised for its rare archival footage and its bold examination of human cruelty and resilience, the film unfolds the tragic yet courageous story of the Auerbach family in Nazi Germany. Highlighting the documentary's unique approach, Amos Vogel, founder New York Film Festival, notes its distinct narrative and moral urgency.

Join us for a virtual discussion with “All Jews Out” filmmaker Emanuel Rund who will be in discussion with Brad Prager on March 21st at 12 pm EST. The discussion will be followed by a Q&A.


The documentary will be made available for viewing for those who have registered for the event from March 18th to 25th.

The film is in German with English subtitles. The discussion with Emanuel will take place in English.Free reservations are required through Jlive: https://jlive.app/events/7343


To learn more about our speaker:

Emanuel Rund is an acclaimed documentary filmmaker and producer, hailing from a background deeply rooted in the experiences of German Jews, having grown up in Israel. Throughout his extensive career, Rund has brought to life over 240 films, covering a diverse spectrum of subjects, reflecting his broad interests and deep commitment to storytelling. His influential work includes significant contributions to Holocaust remembrance, notably his instrumental role in the establishment of January 27th as a day to honour the victims of the Holocaust in Germany, a commemoration that has gained international recognition as Holocaust Remembrance Day. Residing in Jerusalem, Rund continues to explore and document compelling narratives, contributing profoundly to our understanding of history, memory, and identity.


Brad Prager is the Catherine Paine Middlebush Chair of Humanities at the University of Missouri, where he teaches German studies and film studies. His areas of research include film history, Holocaust studies, contemporary German cinema, and the art and literature of German Romanticism. He is the author of After the Fact: The Holocaust in Twenty-First Century Documentary Film, The Cinema of Werner Herzog: Aesthetic Ecstasy and Truth, and Aesthetic Vision and German Romanticism: Writing Images. He is the coeditor of the books Visualizing the Holocaust: Documents, Aesthetics, Memory, The Collapse of the Conventional: German Film and Its Politics at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century, and The Construction of Testimony: Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah and Its Outtakes. In Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 Professor Prager was awarded the Alexander Grass Memorial Fellowship to conduct research at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

How to participate

Online event

After registering, please check your email for your Registration Email. It contains the link to join the Zoom meeting on March 21st and that of the documentary.



Organized By
Montreal Holocaust Museum
Point of Contact

Kat Romanow

  • Thu, Mar 21
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM EDT
  • Online event
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