‘Displaced’ film screening

Please join the Melbourne Holocaust Museum, in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, for a special film-screening event. 

Displaced is a devastatingly honest 90-minute film which explores the complexity of Jewish life in Germany today. The film’s director, Sharon Ryba-Kahn, is a German-born granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor. Her father, who was always emotionally distant, reconnected with her suddenly after a seven-year silence. Their conversation became the impetus for Sharon to confront her past: to explore her relationship with an absent father, to investigate the nature of her own inherited trauma and to probe beneath the surface of her German friendships. The result of Sharon’s investigation is Displaced. 

Following the screening, MHM Manager of Adult Education Dr Simon Holloway will speak with Sharon about the film and take questions from the audience.

This event is held in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut

Image | ‘Displaced’ film cover