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10 Questions for Henry Ford

10 Questions for Henry Ford

Thursday, January 26, 2023 - 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm


What if the ghost of Henry Ford returned to modern-day Detroit to face his troubling legacy of antisemitism?

Film Screening: 10 Questions for Henry Ford
Available on demand, January 19–26, 2023
Free with program reservation.

Discussion with the Filmmaker
Thursday, January 26, 2023 from 7 pm–8 pm CT
Live online, free thanks to donors like you.

The discussion will take place via Zoom. Login information and instructions will be provided to ticket holders by email 48 hours in advance.

No charge but reservations are required.
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In a moment marked by resurging antisemitism, follow the ghost of Henry Ford on a modern-day journey in this creative and thought-provoking film that explores his complicated legacy. Then join filmmaker Andy Kirschner for an online discussion. 

Drawing on startling archival footage, 10 Questions examines the still-impactful imprint of Ford’s antisemitism on fascist and white supremacist movements. It also explores his brutal resistance to organized labor and his tragic relationship with his forgotten son Edsel.

Andy Kirshner is a multimedia artist, award-winning musician, filmmaker, and historical researcher. His work has been supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Academy of Arts and Letters, among others, and his films have toured festivals in the US and Europe. Kirshner teaches at the University of Michigan.

Andy Kirshner will be interviewed by Spertus Institute's Director of Jewish Studies Dr. David N. Gottlieb. 


Official film trailer

 


This ViewPoints Program is Spertus Institute’s 2023 Horwitz Family Presentation on Jewish History, generously endowed by the Horwitz Charitable Fund.

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