An illuminating exploration of how political, financial and messianic interests intersect, ultimately reshaping American policy towards Israel and the Middle East. 

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till kingdom come
“A toxic mix of fundamentalist religion and real world politics is examined soberly but startlingly.” — Jonathan Romney (Screen Daily)
Following the success of her Emmy-award winning film Forever Pure, director Maya Zinshtein delivers another revelatory documentary, this time exploring the unlikely connection between Israel and American evangelical Christians. Following the trail of Yael Eckstein, President of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Zinshtein examines Yael’s fundraising and coalition-building efforts with evangelical pastors in rural United States and the influence their communities wield in Washington. 
An illuminating exploration of how political, financial and messianic interests intersect, ultimately reshaping American policy towards Israel and the Middle East. 
Live Zoom Q&A Sunday February 28 at 3pm,  with Director Maya Zinshtein and Producer Abraham Troen.  

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A Kultura Collective Member

Start Date: February 27, 2021

Closing Date: February 28, 2021

Screening Available: From Saturday, February 27 at 7PM to Monday, March 1st at 11:59PM
Live Zoom Q&A Sunday February 28 at 3pm

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