WASHINGTON D.C. Screening of THE PEOPLE V. LEO FRANK
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2011 at 7:30PM
Sponsored by The Lincoln Legacy Project and the Washington Jewish Film Festival.
Tickets available online at The Ford’s Theatre website or at the box office located at 1529 16th Street NW, Washington DC.
January 28, 2010
Adviser to THE PEOPLE V. LEO FRANK and author of “And The Dead Shall Rise,” Steve Oney was a lecturer at the 3-day conference “Persecution Through Prosecution: Alfred Dreyfus, Leo Frank and the Infernal Machine” in Paris, which ran July 5-7th. The conference was hosted by Touro Law and co-sponsored by the American Jewish Committee (AJC), the Representative Council of French Jewish Institutions (CRIF) and SciencesPo. To read a portion of his lecture, CLICK HERE.
“It’s fascinating history well presented, but that’s only part of what makes this film linger in the mind. The biases and divisions brought to the surface by the Frank case are still easy to find today. So are people who specialize in fear-mongering and fanning small fires into big ones.”
The New York Times – November 1, 2009
“The Frank saga says as much about current events as it does about history.”
The Los Angeles Times – October 30, 2009
“Frank was an ordinary man most distinguished for his outsider status. For that, he was savaged. As Loeterman’s film documents painfully, the scars still haven’t healed.”
The Associated Press – October 29, 2009
“No double murder has altered the nation’s cultural landscape quite like this one. The killings of Mary Phagan and Leo Frank stirred latent antisemitism, racism, sectionalism and bigotry that festered below the Mason-Dixon Line before exploding nationwide, leaving shockwaves still felt today.”
The Jewish Daily Forward – May 22, 2009
PBS PREMIERE NATIONWIDE
Premiere November 2, 2009
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