Tue, 09. Jul 2024, 16:00-17:30 Til Kingdom Come Öffentliche Filmvorführung im Rahmen der Sommeruniversität 2024 (OF with engl. subtitles)

Regie: Maya Zinshtein, 2020, 76 min, Israel/UK/Norway; OF mit engl. UT Pastors encourage an impoverished Kentucky community, “The forgotten people of America,” to donate to Israel in anticipation of Jesus’s impending return. The film exposes the controversial bond between Evangelicals and Jews in a story of faith, power, and money, revealing how Trump’s America is led by an End-Times apocalyptic countdown. Maya Zinshtein is an Emmy Award-winning Israeli documentary filmmaker and journalist. Among numerous prestigious awards, Zinshtein was named Best Director at the 2016 Jerusalem Film Festival for her acclaimed documentary FOREVER PURE, which later went on to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Politics & Government documentary in 2018 (Independent Lens/PBS). For the last ten years she has directed and produced documentaries broadcast on Israeli TV and abroad including by Netflix, BBC, ARTE/ZDF, and PBS, and screened at over 100 festivals around the world. An alumna of Sundance Institute, she teaches at Sam Spiegel film school in Jerusalem and serves on the jury of Israeli and International film festivals. “The explosive blend of fanaticism, hypocrisy and cynicism exposed here is mind-boggling.” — Jewish Film Review Eine öffentliche Filmvorführung im Rahmen der Sommeruniversität für jüdische Studien 2024  zum Thema „Eifer. Zeloten, Fundamentalisten und andere Ultras“ vom 7. bis 12. Juli 2024

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