On Thursday, May 2, the IMAX Theater in the Indiana State Museum at White River Park will host a free screening of “Eva: A-7063,” a documentary on an Auschwitz survivor’s journey to forgiveness and healing.
About Eva Kor
At 10 years old, Eva Mozes Kor survived experiments by Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. At 50, she helped launch the biggest manhunt in history. Now in her 80s, after decades of pain and anger, she travels the world to talk about what her life journey has taught: healing, hope and humanity.
About the special screening
Doors for the screening will open at 4:30 p.m. Producer Ted Green will give a brief introduction at 5 p.m. and then a Q&A session following the 88-minute-film. Tickets for the screening are free but must be reserved through Eventbrite. Reserved seating is not available; guests will be seated on a first come, first served basis and RSVP does not guarantee admission.
Two days later, on Saturday, May 4, Eva will be the official starter for the OneAmerican 500 Festival Mini-Marathon. The starting line is right in front of the IMAX Theater.
Tickets and information
The downtown IMAX theatergoers can enjoy validated parking in the White River State Park parking garage. To view the ever-updating list of films, to sign up for the free Director’s Club and to purchase tickets for other screenings, visit http://www.imaxindy.com/.