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The online screening of the documentary After Munich will stream for five days (September 7 - 11).

Lecture by SFSU Professor Eran Kaplan will be on Thursday, September 8, 4:00 - 5:30 PM PDT.

September 5th, 1972, the tenth day of the Munich Olympics—the Palestinian terrorist group Black September stormed the Israeli athletes’ quarters. The world watched live on television as eleven hostages were taken and later killed. For the first time, this story will be told through the eyes of four women who were directly impacted by that day: an athlete, a widow, and two undercover agents. Their fates were changed forever as their wellbeing and life views were impacted by the trauma. A film about love and death; conflict and reconciliation; war and peace. MATURE THEMES.

Admission including the film streaming and lecture: $10. Free for IJWC Year-round subscribers who will receive complimentary registration to both. Upon registration, you will first receive a confirmation email. An hour before the streaming of the film begins, we will email the Vimeo link and password you need to watch it. An hour before the lecture begins, we will email the Zoom link to attend the online lecture on September 8. If you don't see these emails, please check your spam/junk folder to retrieve them. We suggest you add "notifications@wixevents.comto your contacts list as well.

Sponsored by the EBIJFF. Co-sponsored by CCJCC and Cong. B'nai Shalom.

Underwritten by the Goodman Family Supporting Foundation of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund, Sandy & Dave Anderson, Marty Aufhauser, Beth Hoenninger, Jo-Ann & Arnold Jacobson, Susan & Moses Libitzky, Carol & Ken Ogren, Mary Anne & Hugh Winig, and Martha Ann & Sanford Wishnev.