NYC PREMIERE At the age of 19, Jewish soldier Nathan Hilu was assigned to guard Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg trials. He went on to channel his memories into compellingly manic, childlike art, aka “Nathan-ism,” which this film brings to life through vivid animations. Now in his 90s and living in NYC, Hilu is a chutzpah-filled outsider artist whose story probes the nature of truth and the power of the desire to be heard. – Karen McMullen
The first and second screenings will be followed by a Q&A with director Elan Golod, and producer Melanie Levy.
This film contains the following accessibility options for viewers:
Closed Captioning for in-person screenings at IFC Center and Village East by Angelika
Closed Captioning for online screenings
All in-person screening venues provide sound amplification headphones upon request with venue management. IFC Center can also provide a T-Coil loop for compatible devices.