Where will you be
on October 26th?
As 3G reaches this incredible milestone, we thank you for being there from the beginning. Join us to celebrate 15 prolific years of documenting crimes against humanity through the power of film. Dress code: upscale casual.
The evening will include a sneak peek of our newest documentary film, HERE LIVED, the story of hidden children and the Stolpersteine project in the Netherlands.
Followed by Jane Wells 3G Founder & Creative Director in conversation with
Caroline Moorehead, OBE, Human rights journalist & Author of ‘Sidney Bernstein, A Biography’
Professor Emile G.L. Schrijver, General Director, Jewish Cultural Quarter, Amsterdam, Featured in HERE LIVED.
Can’t attend the celebration but want to support another 15 years of 3G?
Jane Wells, 3G Founder & Creative Director, is an Emmy Award-nominated filmmaker best known for producing and directing TRICKED, a documentary about sex tracking in the USA, and for producing the groundbreaking documentary The Devil Came on Horseback...
Jane Wells, 3G Founder & Creative Director, is an Emmy Award-nominated filmmaker best known for producing and directing TRICKED, a documentary about sex tracking in the USA, and for producing the groundbreaking documentary The Devil Came on Horseback, about the genocide in Darfur. As the founder of 3 Generations, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, she has written, produced, and directed over 50 short films and videos. Her films have been selected by numerous film festivals, including Sundance, AFI/Silverdocs, HotDocs, Tribeca, Montclair, Nashville, Thessaloniki, Aspen Shorts Fest, Red Nation, and The American Indian Film Festival. Her documentary credits include the features Pot Luck: The Altered State of Colorado, A Different American Dream, and Lost In Lebanon. Her award-winning shorts A System of Justice, Native Silence, Go Debbie, Preserving The Holocaust, and, most recently, A Kaddish For Selim, have been screened widely across the festival circuit.
Caroline Moorehead OBE, is a human rights journalist and an author. She has written biographies, of Sidney Bernstein, Bertrand Russell, Martha Gellhorn, Iris Origo, Heinrich Schliemann, Freya Stark and Henriette-Lucy, Marquise de La Tour du Pin Gouvernet, the daughter-in-law of Jean-Frédéric de la Tour du Pin. She is....
Caroline Moorehead OBE, is a writer and human rights journalist. She has written biographies, of Sidney Bernstein, Bertrand Russell, Martha Gellhorn, Iris Origo, Heinrich Schliemann, Freya Stark and Henriette-Lucy, Marquise de La Tour du Pin Gouvernet, the daughter-in-law of Jean-Frédéric de la Tour du Pin. She is the internationally bestselling author of Human Cargo: A Journey Among the Refugees, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Mussolini’s Daughter; and The Resistance Quartet: A Train in Winter; Village of Secrets, nominated for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction; A Bold and Dangerous Family; and A House in the Mountains. Her writing has appeared across a wide range of publications, including The Times Literary Supplement, The Literary Review, the Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Times, the New York Review of Books, and the Wall Street Journal, among others. She has been a trustee and director of Index on Censorship, and a governor of the British Institute of Human Rights. She has served on the committees of the Royal Society of Literature, of which she is a Fellow; the Society of Authors; English PEN; and the London Library. She also helped start a legal advice center for asylum seekers from the Horn of Africa in Cairo. She was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1993, and was appointed an OBE in 2005 for services to literature.
Emile G.L. Schrijver
Professor Emile G. L. Schrijver is the General Director of the Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam, which includes the Jewish Museum, the Jewish Museum junior, the Portuguese Synagogue, the Holocaust memorial...
Professor Emile G. L. Schrijver is the General Director of the Jewish Cultural Quarter in Amsterdam, which includes the Jewish Museum, the Jewish Museum junior, the Portuguese Synagogue, the Holocaust memorial site Hollandsche Schouwburg, and the National Holocaust Museum, which will open in March 2024. He is Professor of Jewish Book History at the University of Amsterdam. Schrijver is the curator of the Braginsky Collection in Zurich, the world’s largest private of Hebrew manuscripts, and the executive editor of the Encyclopedia of Jewish Book Cultures, an online resource that will be published by Brill upon its completion. He is chair of the board of the Association of European Jewish Museums and serves on boards and advisory committees of Jewish cultural organizations, both in the Netherlands and internationally. His fiction debut, the literary thriller De Hillel Codex, was published by Prometheus in October 2021; his second novel, De Firkovich-bende, is forthcoming later in 2023. Schrijver is featured in 3 Generations’ upcoming feature documentary, HERE LIVED.
- Florence Buchanan
- Pamela Bell
- Simon Brook
- Sophie Caruth & David Bernstein
- Roger Cohen
- Ulrika & Joel Citron
- Adam Dolle
- Heidi Drymer
- Chris Hart
- Jonathan Wells
- Dr. Catherine Hart & Dr. Mark Stoeckle
- Sidsel & Sam Robards
- Frances Lalas
- Lise Mayer
- Esther Pearlstone
- Leila Straus
- Alexander H. Wells
- Nadia Zilkha
- Nina & Michael Zilkha
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