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Left Lane Straight: An Untold Story of the Holocaust in Greece

Caroline Kaye, a 3G filmmaker and director of the upcoming documentary, Left Lane Straight, tells a rare Holocaust story: the decimation of the Greek Jews and the complex tale of how her family survived and thrived, asking: What is joy in the presence of pain?


As Caroline peers past a foreground of boisterous family gatherings, she seeks to reconcile her family’s apparent joy with their tragic past. Filmed over 30 years, Left Lane Straight unravels the complex realities of WWII, and its aftermath. Post-war immigrants to the United States, this family is among the remnant of the Jewish population from Thrace which survived WWII—a mere 2% of the scarcely known, but once thriving community.


Join  an intimate conversation with Caroline and producer Deana Morenoff, along with a sneak peek of this moving film. Explore how, as a 3G, Caroline uses her family story to delve into crucial moments in both family and world history, focusing beyond what was lost through war and changing occupation, on to what was reclaimed, generated and grown.

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