As part of the traveling exhibit, Lawyers without Rights, the German-American Heritage Museum of the USA® hosted a film screening of Caroline Link’s 2001 film Nowhere in Africa. Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Nowhere in Africa stars Juliane Köhler and Merab Ninidze in this riveting autobiographical screenplay about a German Jewish lawyer and his family during the Third Reich. Set in 1938, the Redlich family flees to Kenya from Nazi Germany to escape the increasing persecution of Jewish-Germans. Walter Redlich, a former lawyer, finds work as a farm manager and sends for his wife and daughter, who adjust to their new environments at drastically different paces.In German with English subtitles. No admission fee.