This powerful restoration of a U.S. Department of War film about the first Nuremberg trial has been called "haunting and vivid" (New York Times) and "mesmerizing" (Washington Post). The original film was written and directed by Stuart Schulberg in 1948. Although shown across Germany, Schulberg’s film was banned in the United States out of fear it would undermine United States’ support for the Marshall Plan. Sandra Schulberg, the daughter of Stuart Schulberg, worked with Josh Waletzky to painstakingly restore and complete the unfinished American version of the original film.
Tickets are free. Reserve tickets at http://performingarts.nd.edu/ or by calling 574.631.2800.
Join us after the film for a panel discussion with Sandra Schulberg and the following Notre Dame faculty experts:
G. Robert Blakey, William J. and Dorothy K. O’Neill Chair in Law
Lauren Faulkner, Assistant Professor of History
Doug Cassel, Director, Notre Dame Law School’s Center for Civil and Human Rights
Center for Civil and Human Rights
DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
Notre Dame Holocaust Project
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Notre Dame Department of History
Notre Dame Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures.