Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival
Elia Kazan, USA, 1947, 118 min.
An American journalist (Gregory Peck) poses as a Jew to research an exposé on anti‐Semitism in New York City and the affluent community of Darien, Connecticut.
Special Guests: After the screening, director Cecilia Peck (the daughter of Gregory Peck) and film historian Claudine Stevens will give a 20-minute presentation on GENTLEMAN’S AGREEMENT. The presentation will be followed by a brief audience Q&A.
Part of the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival at Lightbox Film Center.
Tickets for students or IHP Members must be purchased at the box office.