Filmmakers Duki Dror and Yossi Bloch offer a chronological account of the massacre at the Supernova Music Festival through the eyes of the individuals who endured it.

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Filmmakers Duki Dror (There Are No Lions In Tel Aviv, winner of TJFF2020 David A. Stein Documentary Award) and Yossi Bloch offer a chronological account of the massacre at the Supernova Music Festival through the eyes of the individuals who endured it. Mixing materials meticulously collected from dozens of sources—terrorists’ GoPros, victims’ phones, CCTV cameras, dashcams, and first responders’ recordings—with testimonies by survivors, first responders and parents who recount their stories just a few days after the events.

“These stories of tragedy, resilience, and resolute human spirit form a powerful, visceral narrative, making it disturbing but vital viewing that demands history never forget.” (Atlanta Jewish Film Festival)

Warning: Graphic Material

Followed by a Q&A with co-director Duki Dror

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: February 25, 2024

2 PM

Downtown Toronto

Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave

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Pay What You Will (Minimum suggested donation: $10)

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