Torah Academy of Jacksonville students to premiere documentary featuring Holocaust survivors
Jewish Community Alliance will witness an inspiring event as the students of Torah Academy of Jacksonville premier their latest documentary on Sunday, April 30.
The 8-9th grade students have been working tirelessly on this project, which involved interviewing Holocaust survivors and capturing their stories on film. The documentary, created with videography, editing, and journalism skills, was the result of the student’s hard work and dedication.
Last year’s documentary was hailed as breathtaking, and this year’s project promises to be just as compelling.
The Jewish Community Alliance’s Bessie Setzer Frisch Auditorium is set to witness an inspiring event on Sunday, April 30th, at 4:15 p.m.
The 8-9th grade students of Torah Academy of Jacksonville have been working on a project, which involves interviewing Holocaust survivors and capturing their stories on film.
The students have gained skills in interviewing, videography, editing, and journalism while documenting important testimonials. They have been working tirelessly, dedicating their time and effort to creating a compelling and gripping documentary.
The premiere of this documentary promises to be just as breathtaking as last year’s project. Attendees can expect to witness the students’ professionalism and the powerful testimonies captured in the documentary.
People are excitedly waiting for the event to appreciate the students’ efforts in keeping the memories of the Holocaust alive. If you’re interested in learning more about the project or the school’s curriculum, you can send an email to email@example.com.
The event is an opportunity for the community to appreciate the students’ efforts in keeping the memories of the Holocaust alive.
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