Fighting Fear Through Film: Newark’s Dore Schary
Dore Schary, the Newark-born film director, writer, producer, playwright and head of MGM Studios in its 1950s heyday, was the Hollywood mogul responsible for films such as An American in Paris and Crossfire, and the playwright of classics like Sunrise at Campobello.
Not just a leader in his industry, Schary was also outspoken about his Jewish heritage, and a strong believer in using film as a weapon to fight prejudice. Film scholar and adjunct professor of cinema at Yeshiva University, Dr. Eric Goldman, will chronicle Schary’s contributions to Hollywood and Broadway, and his battles for social justice and against anti-Semitism, through a lecture illustrated with film clips.
This programming is generously supported by:
Alice Gerson Goldfarb
Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office
David and Renee Golush
Eli Kleinman Fund for Jewish Education
Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ
Lee and Murray Kushner and family
The Marion and Norman Tanzman Charitable Foundation
Thelma and Richard Florin
Warren and Andrea Grover
Wilf Family Foundation
Sunday, October 14, 2018
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