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January 29, 2021 Friday 12:31:27 PM IST

Oscar-winning film director to deliver 2021 Bogdanow Lectures

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The University of Manchester Centre for Jewish Studies' 2021 Bogdanow Lectures in Holocaust Studies will be delivered by Oscar-winning film director László Nemes. The globally acclaimed filmmaker, whose 2015 film Son of Saul won numerous international prizes including an Academy Award, the Grand Prix, the Golden Globe and BAFTA, will speak on the topic of Holocaust portrayals in fiction film. Son of Saul will be streamed online in collaboration with UK Jewish Film as part of this year’s event series. Set among the Auschwitz special squads, the film follows the fictionalised attempts by one squad member to give a murdered child a traditional Jewish burial.

The annual public Holocaust lecture series was made possible as a result of the generous bequest to the University by Fanni Bogdanow (1927-2013), a former Professor of French and Medieval Studies at Manchester and a child refugee on the Kindertransport. Previous Bogdanow Lectures have been delivered by eminent historians in the field, including Christopher Browning, Tony Kushner and Dina Porat. The lectures will be held online and include a public Q&A with Nemes about his work, which will be opened by Lemn Sissay, Chancellor of The University of Manchester. This will be followed by a masterclass for Manchester staff and students about his experience in filmmaking.

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