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The Monster Among Us

The Monster Among Us, is Media Projects’ latest film about the alarming rise of anti-Semitism in Europe. The film includes excerpts from almost 200 hours of footage shot in Germany, Hungary, France, England, Holland and Belgium. 

Anti-Semitism has surfaced on university campuses, in the media, on the streets, on the Internet, at political demonstrations and in seemingly innocent social situations.

The Monster Among Us examines this wave of anti-Semitism against European Jews and their institutions, mainly from the point of view of those who have directly experienced the violence or live every day with the threat.

In recent conversations with American Jews as well as non-Jews, it’s surprising by how many are un-informed about the problem. Some have heard about the violence in France, but most are totally unaware of what’s happening in the rest of Europe

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Community Premiere

“Today, more than sixty years after the Holocaust, anti-Semitism is not just a fact of history, it is a current event.”

U.S. State Department’s Report

to Congress in March 2008

American Jewish Committee
presents

The Monster Among Us

A FILM BY ALLEN MONDELL &
CYNTHIA SALZMAN MONDELL

Monday, June 23, 2008

Angelika Film Center – Mockingbird Station
MOCKINGBIRD AT CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY

6:00 Light Refreshments
7:00 Screening
8:15 Panel Q & A

PLEASE RSVP by June 16th
972-387-2943 or dallas@ajc.org
by June 16th

TICKETS
$15 per person

GENEROUSLY UNDERWRITTEN BY

M.B. & Edna Zale Foundation and Abe Zale Foundation

Dallas Jewish Historical Society and
Harold A. Pollman Lecture Series

Texas Jewish Historical Society

Texas Jewish Post

IN COOPERATION WITH

AIPAC
AFI DALLAS Int’l Film Festival
American Jewish Congress
Congregation Beth Shalom-Arlington
Congregation Beth Torah
Dallas Holocaust Museum
Hadassah
Jewish Community Relations Council
National Council of Jewish Women
SMU Human Rights Education Program
Temple Emanu-El
3 Stars Cinema
UNT Jewish Studies Program
US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Southwest Region
World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth
Video Association of Dallas

Reason to Live

Media Projects’ upcoming film, currently in production, addresses the taboo subject of depression and suicide in young adults 15-24 years of age. 

Tragically, suicide is considered the third leading cause of death among teenagers and young adults. 

Our goal is to shed light on the disease of depression and it effects on individuals and their families.