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A Landmark Documentary Appearing Soon at the Circle Cinema: "Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today"

By Rich Fisher


Tulsa, Oklahoma – On this edition of our show, we hear from the movie director/producer Sandra Schulberg, who's recently completed a restored and refurbished version of the powerful yet little-seen 1948 documentary film, "Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today." This film was originally created in Germany --- under the guidance of the Film/Theatre/Music Division at the U.S. War Department --- by Sandra's father, the documentary filmmaker and TV producer Stuart Schulberg, with help from her uncle, the noted Hollywood screenwriter and novelist Budd Schulberg. "Nuremberg: Its Lesson for Today" is now being screened in movie houses throughout the country, and one its first screenings (in its new, updated form) will occur at the Circle Cinema in Tulsa (at 12 South Lewis Avenue) on Thursday the 20th at 7pm. Sandra Schulberg will introduce the film, and will answer questions afterwards. (For more information, go to circlecinema.com and click on "Events.")