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  • President : Denis HUBER
  • Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU
  • Vice-President : Sabrina WITTMANN
  • Treasurer : Catherine GUERRERO
  • Executive Secretary : Renée MORITZ
  • Elected Members : Keltoum BELAID, Anne GAREL, Janis SYMONS

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Screening of "rêve en chantier"

Screening of "rêve en chantier"

Calendar the 11/02/2019

The Amicale is pleased to invite you to the premiere screening of the movie "Rêve en chantier" on Monday 11 February at 8pm at the cinema L'Odyssée, 3 rue des Francs Bourgeois.

The story starts when Renaud and his friends squat an old and abandonned Alsacian house. They name it "House Mimir" and decide to turn it into a social, artistic and self-mananged place. Well established in the neighbourhood, they obtain from the city council a 20-year lease.  Today, the house needs to ... Read more »

Screening of “Le nom des 86” – 11 February, 8pm, Cinéma Star

Screening of “Le nom des 86” – 11 February, 8pm, Cinéma Star

Calendar the 11/02/2019

The Court’s Film Club and the Amicale cordially invite you to  screening of the documentary “Le nom des 86” (in French only).

86 Jews selected at the Auschwitz camp were deported in the summer of 1943 to the Natzweiler-Struthof camp in Alsace, where a gas chamber was specially equipped to kill them. August Hirt, director of the Institute of Anatomy of Strasbourg, wished to build a collection of Jewish skeletons, to keep track of this "race" which "embodies a rebellious but characteristic ... Read more »

Screening of “Le nom des 86” – 28 January 2019, 12.30 pm, at the Palais

Screening of “Le nom des 86” – 28 January 2019, 12.30 pm, at the Palais

Calendar the 28/01/2019

The Court’s Film Club and the Amicale cordially invite you to the first screening of 2019 – the documentary “Le nom des 86” (in French only).

86 Jews selected at the Auschwitz camp were deported in the summer of 1943 to the Natzweiler-Struthof camp in Alsace, where a gas chamber was specially equipped to kill them. August Hirt, director of the Institute of Anatomy of Strasbourg, wished to build a collection of Jewish skeletons, to keep track of this "race" which "embodies a rebellious ... Read more »