An evening of cultural exploration and cinematic brilliance awaits as the highly anticipated Philadelphia Premiere of “My People” takes center stage on Saturday, February 17, at 4 pm. Hosted at the Danielle Kousoulis Center at the Saint Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill, NJ, this event promises to be a riveting experience for attendees.

“My People” delves into the poignant narrative of the Greek Jews during the Holocaust, navigating through the challenging times of Axis occupation, the resilient Greek resistance, and the profound role played by the Greek Orthodox Christian clergy. At its core, the film is a powerful hymn to love and courage, as experienced by a young woman on her quest to unveil the rich history of her Greek Jewish family.

The driving force behind this compelling documentary is the multi-talented Anna Rezan, known not only for her prowess as an actress but also for her accomplishments as a musician and high-fashion model. Making her feature documentary debut, Anna shares the production credits with Zaf Haitidis and Academy Award winners Mitchel Block & Kim Magnusson. The film has garnered significant attention, earning it a coveted spot as a potential nominee for an Academy Award Oscar.

AHEPA (American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association) invites you to be part of this exclusive event at the Saint Thomas Greek Orthodox Church in Cherry Hill, NJ. Following the screening of “My People,” attendees will have the opportunity to engage in a reception and discussion with Anna Rezan, gaining unique insights into making this thought-provoking film.

Seating for this event is limited, emphasizing the need for interested individuals to secure their tickets promptly. For further information and ticket purchases, please call (856) 986-8972 or email Don’t miss this chance to witness history unfold on the big screen and be part of a conversation transcending time and cultural boundaries.