More from David Hein
Museum of Jewish Heritage Organizes Screening of the "Traces" animated trilogy
The Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York and Humanity in Action are proud to invite you to a special online screening of the animated short trilogy, ‘Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve, followed by a talk and Q&A.
Museum of Jewish Heritage Organizes Screening of "Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve"
Join the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Humanity in Action for a screening of HIA's trilogy "Traces: Portraits of Resistance, Survival and Resolve".
Humanity in Action Launches Educational Resources for its Animated Documentary Films
Humanity in Action is pleased to announce its new educational resources accompanying the short animated documentaries "Two Trees in Jerusalem" and "My Father’s War."
My Father's War: Educational Materials, Resources, and Inspirations
On this page you find a variety of educational tools and resources to enrich the viewing experience of the film "My Father's War" in your classroom or in a non-formal educational setting.
'My Father's War' Premiere & Talk
The 5th of May marks a significant date for our past and present Dutch society. Every year on Liberation Day, we celebrate our valuable, not self-evident, freedom. On this special day, Humanity in Action with support from Theater Na De Dam is pleased to announce the Dutch premiere of ‘My Father's War’. The event takes place at Lab111, on May 5, 18:30.
Film Talk: Amrai Coen in conversation with Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen and Peter & David Hein
Humanity in Action is happy to invite you to a special Film Talk: Amrai Coen (Die Zeit) in conversation with Cornelia Schmalz-Jacobsen (Two Trees in Jerusalem) and Peter & David Hein (My Father's War).
Strong Against Discrimination
How can young talent actively contribute to an inclusive and just society in the Netherlands, Europe and the United States? In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent peaceful protests against institutional racism, this is the key question addressed during the Humanity in Action Fellowships.