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FIA Film - How Saba Kept Singing

Presented by Flint Institute of Arts at Flint Institute of Arts, Flint MI

May 01 2023
FIA Film - How Saba Kept Singing

(United States, 2022) Directed By Sara Taksler, 78 min., rated PG

May 1 | Admission $5 | Film 7p | FIA Theater
How Saba Kept Singing
(United States, 2022) Directed By Sara Taksler, 78 min., rated PG

94-year-old David “Saba” Wisnia survived Auschwitz by entertaining his Nazi captors with his beautiful singing voice. This uplifting and life-affirming story about family and faith shows how love can take root in even the grimmest of places.


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