About the Film
My Dear Children is the story of one woman’s quest to learn more about her beloved father’s past. Her journey uncovers not only her own family’s story, but also the history of tens of thousands of other families like hers that were victims of the little known anti-Jewish massacres in Eastern Europe following World War I. The film will reach more than three million viewers on PBS.
LeeAnn Dance 703-517-6591 email@example.com
LeeAnn Dance, co-producer/director of “My Dear Children” presents at the DC Rotary Club on December 13, 2017.
We have presentations at a variety of lengths and are ready to get you on our schedule.
Dance and Hackel have spoken at numerous conferences, film festivals, and events, from small to large groups. Whether you are interested in Jewish history, exploring family trees, or the importance of resistance against hatred, your audience will be moved by My Dear Children. This film reminds everyone about the strength of the ties that bind us. Together we can inspire your audience, generate local media coverage, and held you achieve your marketing goals.
About the Presentation
The filmmakers’ presentation weaves together thought provoking ideas about the history revealed in this film as well as personal reflections on making My Dear Children. As a non-Jew making a unique Jewish history film, Dance offers her perspective on the importance of telling this story now.
The broader themes of their presentation include:
- Why they made the film and how it changed their understanding of anti-Semitism and the Holocaust
- What this film teaches us about unchecked anti-Semitism
- LeeAnn Dance
- 12/13/17 6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Rotary Club of Washington
This is the Rotary Club of Washington event. It will be lots of fun.Rotary Club Event Page
Hackel has more than 25 years of award winning documentary experience. Like many Jews, he, too, can trace his roots to the former Pale of Settlement.
Dance is an award winning investigative reporter and documentary producer. Feiga’s sacrifice has had a deeply personal impact on her life.