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Freedom Dance: The Movie - an animated film about 1956!
"Freedom Dance" re-tells the inspiring story of a Hungarian-born artist named Edward Hilbert who (with his newly wedded wife, Judy) made a dangerous escape from occupied Hungary in 1956 during the violent Hungarian Revolution, taking refuge in the land of Edward's dreams: America! Throughout their 4 months on the road, Edward, the child star of the Hungarian classic film "Meseauto," kept a journal in cartoon form illustrating various episodes from his adventure. The filmmakers need your financial support to complete this unique project and are even selling original artwork by the artist and stills from the film. [read more]
Hungarians who came to the US during World War II or the 1956 Revolution:
AHF Member Barbara Lanciers is a theatre artist
Get your Free Website and get the word out about your 1956 50th Anniversary plans! AHF is calling on all local organizations to coordinate efforts to ensure that this important event receives national and worldwide attention.
Member organizations receive publicity on the AHF Website and eNewsletters. Importantly, AHF can serve as a central information resource for all. All are invited to help both local organizations and AHF in its own efforts at commemorating 1956 in the Nation's Capital!
AHF needs volunteers and funds to make our bold and far-reaching
goals a reality...
(You do not need to become a member to donate. The American Hungarian Federation is a tax-exempt 501c(3) organization.)
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