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Cleveland Jewish FilmFest Preview Film: Portrait of Wally

Egon Schiele’s 1912 portrait of his mistress is at the center of this new documentary, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, about a 13-year legal battle between some of the most well-known museums in New York and Europe and the Jewish family that argued the painting was stolen from them by the Nazis. Mature content. Portrait of Wally tickets are available only via the Cleveland Museum of Art: (216) 421-7350 or cma.org. Visit mandeljcc.org/filmfest for a complete listing of all the outstanding international films featured in the Mandel JCC’s Leonard Krieger Cleveland Jewish FilmFest.

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  • Cleveland Museum of Art

    11150 East Blvd., Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy

    216-421-7350

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