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Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance will present a screening of Emil Weiss’s 1988 documentary, Falkenau, the Impossible. The film includes interviews with Samuel Fuller from the site of the Falkenau concentration camp, as well as some of Fuller’s original footage from its liberation.

Fuller is one of the featured directors in the special gallery exhibit, "Filming the Camps: From Hollywood to Nuremberg - John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens," which runs through August 3. During World War II, Fuller served with the First Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, which fought in North Africa, Sicily, Normandy, Belgium, and Czechoslovakia. Some of Fuller’s first work in film was with the First Infantry Division when he filmed the liberation of Falkenau.

Run Time: 62 minutes. This film contains graphic images and is not suitable for younger audiences.

Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance will present a screening of Emil Weiss’s 1988 documentary, Falkenau, the Impossible. The film includes interviews with Samuel Fuller from the site of the Falkenau concentration camp, as well as some of Fuller’s original footage from its liberation.

Fuller is one of the featured directors in the special gallery exhibit, "Filming the Camps: From Hollywood to Nuremberg - John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens," which runs through August 3. During World War II, Fuller served with the First Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, which fought in North Africa, Sicily, Normandy, Belgium, and Czechoslovakia. Some of Fuller’s first work in film was with the First Infantry Division when he filmed the liberation of Falkenau.

Run Time: 62 minutes. This film contains graphic images and is not suitable for younger audiences.

Dallas Holocaust Museum Center for Education and Tolerance will present a screening of Emil Weiss’s 1988 documentary, Falkenau, the Impossible. The film includes interviews with Samuel Fuller from the site of the Falkenau concentration camp, as well as some of Fuller’s original footage from its liberation.

Fuller is one of the featured directors in the special gallery exhibit, "Filming the Camps: From Hollywood to Nuremberg - John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens," which runs through August 3. During World War II, Fuller served with the First Infantry Division of the U.S. Army, which fought in North Africa, Sicily, Normandy, Belgium, and Czechoslovakia. Some of Fuller’s first work in film was with the First Infantry Division when he filmed the liberation of Falkenau.

Run Time: 62 minutes. This film contains graphic images and is not suitable for younger audiences.

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Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
300 N. Houston St.
Dallas, TX 75202
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/film-screening-falkenau-the-impossible-tickets-35184473708

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Admission is free.
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