Free + Open to the public | No reservations required
Join the Museum of History and Holocaust Education for the next installment in our Movie & a Tour series.
“In Nazi concentration camps, the Gulag and Japanese war camps, deportees wrote cooking recipes. Hundreds of those recipes were copied in small notebooks by starving human beings of all origins–women, men, young, old, French, Russians, Americans–who took huge risks to write and keep them.
Telling about these objects of survival, “Imaginary Feasts” explores a phenomenon of incredible Resistance. Until now, no study or publication had ever been made on them.” – Courtesy of AndanaFilms
The MHHE is open for tours preceding the movie and a pizza dinner will be served.
Image courtesy of “Imaginary Feasts,” AndanaFilms.