PFF SpringFest: THE MEANING OF HITLER
PETRA EPPERLEIN, MICHAEL TUCKER | USA | 2021 | 92 MIN | ENGLISH, GERMAN
How does the past inform the present? What about the future? Directors Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker examine what Hitler means as a historical figure through the lense of the new waves of anti-semitism and white supremacy. Historians and nazi hunters alike weigh in on why it is so important today more than ever to understand our history and how it can be weaponized.
Part of PFF SPRINGFEST June 11-17 at the PFS Bourse Theater
With PFF SpringFest, the Philadelphia Film Society presents a mid-year survey of the freshest cinematic marvels from the international festival circuit–from American indie darlings and eye-opening documentaries to acclaimed foreign titles. Browse the full program HERE.
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A Note on Health & Safety
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To this end, we are adhering to the guidelines and standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and all City of Philadelphia guidelines.
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