After Munich | Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore

Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the Gordon Center for Performing Arts is currently closed to the public and we are in the process of rescheduling shows. Join us online for virtual arts and culture experiences.

Due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the Gordon Center for Performing Arts is currently closed to the public and we are in the process of rescheduling shows. Join us online for virtual arts and culture experiences.

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After Munich

Monday, June 8, 2020 at 7:00 pm
VIRTUAL SCREENING WINDOW:  Monday, June 8 at 7:00pm through Wednesday, June 10 at 7:00pm

PLEASE NOTE: Online sales close 2 hours before viewing window opens

VIRTUAL LIVE DISCUSSION via Zoom with Guest Speaker Francine Zuckerman, Director: Tuesday, June 9 at 7:00pm

Presented in partnership with the Jewish Museum of Maryland

How to Watch:  Each film will have a screening window of 48 hours. When the screening window opens, virtual ticket holders will receive an email with a link to access the film. Ticket holders may need to enter a password, so please read the email carefully for specific instructions. If patrons stop and re-start watching, they must use the same device to continue.
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About the Film:  On September 5th 1972, the tenth day of the Munich Olympics, the Palestinian terrorist group Black September captured Israeli athletes, and after a tense standoff, the world watched live on television as eleven Israeli Olympic team members were killed along with a West German police officer. For the first time, this story is told through the eyes of four women who were directly impacted by that day, as they revisit the moment that changed their lives forever. 

Esther Roth Shahamorov, an Olympic athlete on track to be Israel’s fastest runner, lost her dream and became a role model for the next generation, waiting for someone to break her record and pass the torch.  Ankie Spitzer, the widow of the murdered athlete Andre Spitzer, has spent over forty years trying to keep her husband’s memory alive and found solace in her fight for recognition so the world will never forget.  Sylvia Raphael, a high-level Mossad agent, gave up her life to join the Mossad eager to join a clandestine mission, but ended up in prison.  Marianne Gladnikoff reluctantly joined the Mossad team on a mission in Norway to assassinate the Palestinian terrorist responsible for the Munich massacre, and never recovered.

Nominated for the Best Documentary Feature at the Warsaw International Film Festival, the film tells a story of intrigue; secret identities; love and death; conflict and reconciliation; war and peace.

Documentary | Canada | 2019 | English | 78 minutes | Director: Francine Zuckerman

Please note that this film has replaced Tel Aviv On Fire in the 2020 BJFF.