We’re excited to announce the next film in the Sandy and Mendel Rosenberg Film Series! We hope you can join us on October 25th for a virtual discussion on the film Woman in Gold, presented b Dr. Caroline Kita.
Sandy and Mendel Rosenberg Film Series
Sunday, October 25, 1:00 pm
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Woman in Gold tells the true story of Maria Altman, an octogenarian Jewish refugee, who rights to regain a painting that belonged to her aunt – a portrait of her aunt, painted by Gustav Klimt. The 2015 film features excellent performances by Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds.
Watch the film on your own and join us for a brief presentation and discussion. You can watch Woman in Gold for free on Tubi or for a small rental fee on Amazon Prime.
Our presenter will be Dr. Caroline Kita, Associate Professor of Germanic Studies and Comparative Literature at Washington University. Her research interests include German and Austrian literature and culture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, German-Jewish Studies, music and musical aesthetics, theater and radio. Her book, Jewish Difference and the Arts: Composing Compassion in Music and Biblical Drama (Indiana University Press 2019), examines discourses of inclusion and otherness in musical and dramatic works by Jewish artists in Vienna around 1900. She is currently working on a new project on German and Austrian radio drama after the Second World War.