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"The Holocaust: Memory and Legacy" to screen Thurs., Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. the West Newton (Mass.) Cinema, with post-film discussion panel of Holocaust survivors and others featured in the documentary.

A new documentary film on Boston-area Holocaust survivors, WWII liberating soldiers and Holocaust educators, narrated by Jordan Rich and featuring Rabbi Moshe Waldoks, will be shown at 7 p.m. at the West Newton Cinema, 1296 Washington St., West Newton, Mass. Post-film panel discussion with individuals who appear in film. $5 per person; theatre concessions available. DVDs and books available for purchase for $11 each or as a set for $20.

FILM FEATURES: Rabbi Moshe Waldoks, Jordan Rich, Holocaust survivors Israel "Izzy" Arbeiter, Samuel Bak, Stephan Ross, Sonia Weitz and others; Boston City Councillor Michael P. Ross; Facing History and Ourselves Chief Institutional Advancement Officer Andrew H. Tarsy; World War II veterans and camp liberators Ellsworth "Al" Rosen, Cranston "Chan" Rogers and Phil Minsky.

Information: (617) 566-7557 or (617) 964-8074.

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