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The Nazi Drawings Documentary

Los Angeles Premiere


LA Premiere attracts over 500 at Director's Guild


The Nazi Drawings Documentary held its Los Angeles Premiere on October 14, 2001 at The Director's Guild Theatre. The documentary was  projected for the first time on 35mm film, followed by Q&A with filmmaker Lane Wyrick and a  panel discussion of prominent artists familiar with Lasansky's work. 


View video from the Los Angeles Premiere Screening event
at the Director's Guild Theater right here - 1 hr 42 min

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See introductory remarks, the entire documentary, filmmaker comments and a panel discussion in this one of a kind event that won a national award for Iowa alumni events.

0:00 People arriving at event
6:01 Introductory remarks by Iowa Club President Ted Habte-Gabr
7:16 Film introduction by television producer Marian Rees
18:02 View the full "Nazi Drawings" documentary (25 minutes)
43:32 Filmmaker Lane Wyrick - reactions to documentary
51:07 Ted Habte-Gabr remarks
52:39 Panel Discussion with Joseph Gatto, Dolo Brooking, Endi Poskovic, Roxanne Sexauer, and Charles Ray. Also filmmaker Lane Wyrick. Audience questions.
1:42:15 End


Los Angeles Screenings

See The Nazi Drawings projected in 35mm

When: October 19-25, 2001

Where: The Laemmle Towncenter 5 Cinemas 

17200 Ventura Blvd. - Encino, California


The Nazi Drawings documentary was recently transferred to 35mm film by DVFilm in Texas who did an outstanding job of translating to film both excellent  image and sound quality.


The film print was shown at the Director's Guild premiere in Los Angeles on October 14 to an audience of over 500, played for a successful week long run at the Laemmle Theatres in LA, October 19-25, 2001 to qualify it for submission into the Academy Awards competition, Short Documentary Category.