2021 Edward S. Finkelstein Harrisburg Jewish Film Festival (virtual) Film Series


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Winter Journey has been generously sponsored by Handler, Henning, and Rosenberg, LLC

Join us tonight, March 15th, 7:00pm EDST, around our Virtual Water Cooler to talk about Winter Journey. Open to all Festival pass and ticket holders. 




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Meeting ID: 885 1344 8264


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The late Bruno Ganz shines in his very last role, that of Gunther Goldschmidt – now George Goldsmith – “a very boring man,” reluctantly being interviewed by his combative son about Gunther and his wife’s lives as Jewish musicians in Nazi Germany. Based on The Inextinguishable Symphony: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany by Goldsmith’s son, Martin, Winter Journey sets his parents’ love affair against the improbable story of the Gestapo-controlled Jewish Cultural Association, or Jüedischer Kulturbund, that, from 1933-1941, allowed German Jews full artistic expression among themselves, even while completely banning them from greater Germany’s cultural life.  

  • Year
  • Runtime
    90 minutes
  • Language
    English, German
  • Country
    Denmark, Germany
  • Rating
    not rated
  • Director
    Anders Østergaard
  • Screenwriter
    Martin Goldsmith and Anders Østergaard