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UKJF: Denial

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The screenings on Monday 3 and Thursday 6 April will have English subtitles for the Hard of Hearing.

We are particularly delighted to be screening this excellent film, as some scenes from Denial were shot at JW3.

Directed by Mick Jackson | 2016 | UK-USA | 110mins

The compelling story of the legal battle between Jewish American historian Deborah Lipstadt and notorious Holocaust denier David Irving.

Written by feted playwright David Hare and starring Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall, Denial is a gripping drama about the memory of the Holocaust and its victims. Accused of libel after declaring that British historian David Irving is a Holocaust denier, American professor Deborah E. Lipstadt is required to prove not only her innocence but also that the Holocaust in fact happened.

 


Please note that this is a partner event organised by JW3 and UKJF and as such your data will be held by both organisations.

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