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Rewriting history

posted on 2012-01-01, 00:00 authored by D Karp, G Levy, M Radomsky, Danny Ben-Moshe, B Higgins, T Alexander
Rewriting History is a contemporary political story about taking action in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds – a David Vs Goliath tale that bears testament to the power of conviction and the importance of fighting for the historical truth. SCREEN HISTORY : 14 May, 20 May, 3 Jun., 15 Jul. 2012, The Sydney Jewish Museum, Australia 28 Jun. – 3 May 2012, Classic Cinema Melbourne, Australia SBS TV, Australia 14 Sep. 2012 16 Apr. 2013, George Washington University, in conjunction with the Washington DC Jewish Community Centre, Washington DC, USA 18 Apr. 2013, Jay Ipson Holocaust Lecture Series, Richmond, Virginia, USA 28 Apr.2013, American Jewish University, in conjunction with LA Holocaust Museum and Survivor Mitzvah Project, Los Angeles, USA 10 Jun. 2013, Limmud Oz, Sydney, Australia 10 Jul. 2013, Borehamwood & Elstree Synagogue, London 16 Jul. 2013, Simultaneous United Synagogue Screenings across the UK: Scotland, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester and multiple locations in London, to coincide with the Jewish day of mourning of Tish B’Av 4 Aug. 2013, Limmud South Africa, Cape Town 7 Oct. 2013, Jewish Eye Film Festival, Israel “Official Selection"



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