Movies That Matter to screen No Place On Earth

Movies That Matter, a film series program of the City of Fort Worth’s Human Relations Commission, will present No Place On Earth at 7 p.m. April. 12 at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, 3200 Darnell St.

Admission is free. Make reservations online.

The film brings to light the untold story of 38 Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for 18 months, the longest recorded sustained underground survival. Built upon interviews with former cave inhabitants, as well as Chris Nicola, the caving enthusiast who unearthed the story, No Place On Earth is an extraordinary testament to ingenuity, willpower and endurance against all odds.

View a trailer.

Movies That Matter was created in 2010 as a way to create awareness in the community about human rights issues affecting people in Fort Worth and worldwide. The series presents human rights-related film screenings and moderated discussions. A special film screening event will be held in December to commemorate Human Rights Day.


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