Writings of the Past Inspire the Future: A Dialogue with Nancy Spielberg
In a league of her own, Nancy Spielberg will be joining our Greater MetroWest Jewish community on Zoom to discuss one of her most recent documentaries, her passion for preserving stories of the past, and her commitment to turning these legacies into educational tools to inform our lives today and benefit future generations.
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Questions? Contact Debra Levenstein at (973) 929-2947.
Producer Nancy Spielberg grew up immersed in filmmaking, working on her brother’s early films as cast and crew. She attended Arizona State University and UCLA and, after moving to New York in 1978, studied film at Sarah Lawrence College and the New School. An accomplished businesswoman and philanthropist, she has turned her energy and talents to producing documentary and feature films. One of her priorities is to help preserve stories and make them into educational tools for the benefit of younger generations.
Registrants will have access to an exclusive link to watch Who Will Write Our History? a 90-minute documentary film, produced by Nancy about Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. The film, written and directed by Robert Grossman, is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow.
Watch the trailer below.