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TONIGHT!!! Photographer Needed!! for Shoah Foundation Tribeca Film Fest Reception/Soho House and Screening at Theatre!!


Susan Beallor-Snyder
 

Sorry for late notice. Hope someone Interested. Should be a fun and interesting event 

Susan Beallor-Snyder
Cell/Studio: 917 968 7310 

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From: Susan Beallor-Snyder <sbeallor@...>
Date: April 27, 2018 at 11:12:26 AM EDT
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Subject: Fwd: TONIGHT!!! Photographer Needed!! for Shoah Foundation Tribeca Film Fest Reception/Soho House and Screening at Theatre!!

Hi Everyone -
I wish I could do this myself but I don't have a flash for my camera with me.  Please contact my sister, June Beallor at 818 414 0629 ASAP.  Sorry for short notice.   

Susan Beallor-Snyder
917 968 7310



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Subject: TONIGHT!!! Photographer Needed!! for Shoah Foundation Tribeca Film Fest Reception/Soho House and Screening at Theatre!!

USC Shoah Foundation is looking for a Photographer tonight to document their Tribeca Film Fest Reception and Screening and Q & A.

6-10PM Please Call June Beallor at 818.414.0629 if interested! 

For mostly social but some documentary photos.

Reception and Special Screening of The Girl and The Picture, a USC Shoah Foundation documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday, April 27.
 
The Girl and The Picture, a film by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Vanessa Roth, shares childhood memories steeped in loss, survival, and forgiveness 80 years in the wake of the Nanjing Massacre.
 
A pre-screening reception will begin at 6:30 PM at the Soho House followed by an 8:30 PM screening of the film at Cinépolis Chelsea 3. 

Q & A to follow featuring Director, Writer & Producer Vanessa Roth, Executive Producer Cecilia Chan, and USC Shoah Foundation Executive Director & Producer Stephen D. Smith.
 
This event reflects USC Shoah Foundation’s active commitment to testimony in the aftermath of the Nanjing Massacre. As you know, USC Shoah Foundation partnered with the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall in 2012 to gather survivors’ stories. With approximately 200 survivors alive today, the need to preserve a significant collection of comprehensive video testimonies has become urgent.

See attached invitation for more detailed information.