Directed by Serena Dykman
100 min

The filmmaker retraces her grandmother’s Auschwitz survival story, and investigates how her life-long fight against intolerance can be taught to new generations. Different from other Holocaust-related films, This intensely personal film ,made from the third generation’s point-of-view, investigates how survivors’ testimonies and the message against intolerance can continue today, in a world where survivors are disappearing, and intolerance, prejudice, anti-semitism, and racism are on the rise. Sponsored by the MSU Jewish Studies Director Serena Dykman scheduled to attend.

“NANA is a remarkable story of survival and tolerance for every generation.”
                                – Louis Villafranca, Film Selection Committee


Saturday, November 11, 9:00 pm, Wells Hall Theater C
Tuesday, November 14, 6:30 pm, Studio C


General admission - $5
Students - $3
Residence Hall undergraduate students - free

​ Wells Hall tickets are sold only at the Wells Hall Box Office.
Box Office Hours
Friday, November 6 - 6pm - 9:30pm
Saturday, November 7 1:30pm - ​9:15pm


General admission - $10
Seniors & matinees - $8
Students - $5

Tickets can be bought online at or at the door.