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A documentary about European Jews who fled Europe to escape the Nazis and found refuge in Ecuador.
A documentary about European Jews who fled Europe to escape the Nazis and found refuge in Ecuador.
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Emmy Award Nomination & Screening

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I'm happy to report that An Unknown Country has been nominated for the 2018 New York Emmy Awards. Winners will be announced in mid-April.

There will be another screening of the film in Manhattan at 7:30 PM on Thursday, March 8--International Women's Day. Presented by the Women History Artist Month series at Goddard Riverside Community Arts/The Bernie Wohl Center, 647 Columbus Avenue at 91st Street. I'll be there for the Q&A.

I would greatly appreciate it if you could share information about this screening with anyone you think might be interested in attending. It's a free event. Reserve at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-unknown-country-tickets-43208769593?aff=es2

Again, thanks for your support of this project.

Eva

Screening of "An Unknown Country"in Summit, NJ January 27, 7 PM

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Dear friends,

I apologize for resending this announcement but there was an error in the previous update about the screening of An Unknown Country in Summit, NJ Saturday, January 27--International Holocaust Remembrance Day. If you know anyone who lives in the Summit area or within reasonable travel distance, who you think might be interested in viewing this documentary, please inform them it will play at 7 PM at Mondo Summit: 426 Springfield Avenue. To reserve advance tickets email: Summitfilm@gmail.com. Presented by The Film Society of Summit. Suggested donations of $10 will go to The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. I will be present for the post-screening Q&A and discussion. 

Many thanks,

Eva

"An Unknown Country" Screening January 27, 7 PM in Summit, NJ

Dear friends,

If you know people in the Summit, NJ area or within reasonable travel distance, who you think might be interested in viewing An Unknown Country, please inform them it will screen there at 7 PM on Saturday, January 27--International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Presented by The Film Society of Summit at MONDO Summit, 426 Springfield Avenue. Email Summitfilm@gmail.com to reserve in advance. Suggested donations of $10 will go to The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

Many thanks.

Eva

Additional Screening of "An Unknown Country" on Florida's PBS Station WPBT2

Dear friends of An Unknown Country:

I just learned there will be a third scheduled broadcast of An Unknown Country on Florida's PBS station WPBT2/Channel 2: Sunday, October 8 at 6 PM. 

The two other air dates on WPBT2: Mon., Oct. 2, 9:30 PM and Tue., Oct. 3, 3:30 AM. 

PBS station, WXEL/Channel 42 also airs the film on Sunday, Oct. 1 at 4 PM and Tuesday, Oct. 3 at 3:30 PM. 

WPBT 2/Channel 2 can be seen from Palm Beach to Miami and as far south as Key West. WXEL/Channel 42: from Vero Beach south to Boca Ratón and as far west as Okeechobee. On Comcast Cable it's Channel 6. On Direct TV it's Channel 42. 

Would greatly appreciate it if you share this info with family/friends in Florida. 

Many thanks,

Eva

Florida PBS Stations to Broadcast "An Unknown Country"

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Dear supporters of An Unknown Country:

Happy to report that two Florida PBS TV stations have joined the New York and Seattle stations and plan to air my film in early October. 

DATES: WPBT2/Channel Two will air Monday, October 2, 2017 at 9:30 PM. For night owls: Tue., Oct. 3 at 3:30 AM. WXEL/Channel 42: Sunday, October 1 at 4 PM and Tuesday, October 3 at 3:30 PM.

Would appreciate it if you share this information with family/friends who you think might wish to see the film in Florida.

Channel Two can be seen from Palm Beach to Miami and as far south as Key West. Channel 42: from Vero Beach south to Boca Ratón and as far west as Okeechobee. On Comcast Cable it's Channel 6. On Direct TV it's Channel 42.

Many thanks,

Eva