Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds Presented by Dave and Mary Alper JCC

Tue Nov 28 2017

7:30 PM

Dave and Mary Alper JCC

11155 SW 112th Ave Miami, FL 33176

All Ages

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Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds
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Abraham Zapruder didn’t know, when he began filming President Kennedy’s motorcade on November 22, 1963, that twenty-six seconds of his home movie would change not only his family’s life but also American culture and history. Now his granddaughter tells the “fascinating and cautionary tale” (The Wall Street Journal) of the Zapruder film and raises some of the most important social, cultural, and moral questions of our time. Using personal family records, archival sources and interviews she traces the film’s complex journey through history, considering its impact on her family and the public realms of the media, courts, Federal government, and the arts community.

This Program is Co-sponsored by The Israel, Rose Henry and Robert Weiner charitable Foundation, Inc. In Memory of Hermine Weiner

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Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds Presented by Dave and Mary Alper JCC

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Culture Shock Miami for ages 13-22

Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds Presented by Dave and Mary Alper JCC

Tue Nov 28 2017 7:30 PM

Dave and Mary Alper JCC Miami FL
Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds Presented by Dave and Mary Alper JCC
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All Ages

Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds
Author presentation and refreshments


Abraham Zapruder didn’t know, when he began filming President Kennedy’s motorcade on November 22, 1963, that twenty-six seconds of his home movie would change not only his family’s life but also American culture and history. Now his granddaughter tells the “fascinating and cautionary tale” (The Wall Street Journal) of the Zapruder film and raises some of the most important social, cultural, and moral questions of our time. Using personal family records, archival sources and interviews she traces the film’s complex journey through history, considering its impact on her family and the public realms of the media, courts, Federal government, and the arts community.

This Program is Co-sponsored by The Israel, Rose Henry and Robert Weiner charitable Foundation, Inc. In Memory of Hermine Weiner

Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds

Alexandra Zapruder, Twenty-Six Seconds

Literary Reading