"See You Soon Again" is scheduled to be screened during the Maryland Film Festival on Sunday.
Find a film clip and photos on the official website.
One scene shows 10th graders gathering to hear from Bretholz in the school's cafeteria.
"Do you ever get tired of telling your story?" a student asks.
"Sometimes I do, yes, but I have to do it for the memory of the victims," Bretholz responds.
Bretholz, originally from Austria, spent nearly seven years hiding and fleeing the Nazis across Europe, before immigrating to Baltimore and settling in Pikesville. He has told his story publicly thousands of times, according to the film website.
said members of the school community felt honored to be included in the film.
"We whole-heartedly welcomed it, considering the experiences he shared with the students," Roberts said.
"See You Soon Again" is scheduled to screen at 11:30 a.m. on May 6 at the Maryland Institute College of Art, Brown Center in Falvey Hall at 1301 W. Mt Royal Ave. in Baltimore.
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