Liberation Heroes: Post-film Live Q + AMarch 3 @ 1:15 pm
March 3 @ 1:15 pm
Liberation Heroes: Post-film Live Q + A
Liberation Heroes: The Last Eyewitnesses
Post-film Discussion: Live Q + A with Andy Friendly, Alan Moskin, and Ari C. Zev.
Producer Andy Friendly
Andy Friendly is an innovative, Emmy-nominated TV and news producer, whose credits include The Tomorrow Show on NBC with Tom Snyder and Entertainment Tonight which he helped launch. He ran primetime programming at CNBC and was President of Programming at King World/CBS where he oversaw TV powerhouses like Inside Edition, Hollywood Squares, and American Journal, among others. Friendly continues to write and produce through his Andy Friendly Productions. His father, Fred Friendly, a celebrated news journalist and witness to liberation, is featured in the documentary.
Featured WWII Liberator Alan Moskin (a Jersey native!)
Alan Moskin was Staff Sergeant in the 66th Regiment, 71st Infantry Division of Patton’s Third Army. His company participated in the liberation of the Gunskirchen Concentration Camp and was a member of Army of Occupation after the war. Alan received numerous medals and awards including the European-African-Middle-Eastern (EAME) Campaign Medal, Army of Occupation Medal, Army Commendation Ribbon, Combat Badge, and the WWII Victory Medal.
He serves as a Vice President on the Board of Trustees of the Holocaust Museum & Study Center and is a Past Commander of the Rockland/Orange District Council of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. He is a dedicated speaker to Middle and High School students, as well as other groups, sharing his experiences as a combat soldier and as an eyewitness to the concentration camps of the Holocaust.
Ari C. Zev
Ari Zev is a Past Executive Director of USC Shoah Foundation where he served in many leadership roles for over 23 years – including as Head of Interviewer Training where he helped oversee the Shoah Foundation’s original Holocaust collection.
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