In partnership with USC School of Cinematic Arts, we invite you to a screening and special panel discussion of the award-winning feature film My Name Is Sara. The film is based on the true story of 13-year-old Sara Góralnik, who, after escaping a Jewish Ghetto in Poland and losing her family at the outset of the Holocaust, hides in plain sight, passing as an Orthodox Christian, and ultimately survives against all odds.
Panel Discussion will follow with director and producer, Steven Oritt; Executive Producer, Mickey Shapiro (son of Sara Góralnik Shapiro). Moderated by Gail Katz, Chair of the Division of Film and Television Production and Professor of Cinematic Arts.
University of Southern California
Ronald Tutor Campus Center (TCC)
Los Angeles, CA