#Nova: Documentary and Discussion

March 19, 2024 Atlanta Free
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The Lisa F. Brill Institute for Jewish Learning, in partnership with the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern US and the Israel American Council, Presents #Nova: A Documentary and Discussion

The Nova tribe, a love and music movement, has in recent years gathered together for an annual outdoor festival. This year’s event, held on October 6 – 7th in southern Israel, close to the border with Gaza, ended in a devastating tragedy, with the cold-blooded massacre of over 300 partygoers and the abduction of a further 40.

​During the days following the event, director Dan Pe’er, who was engaged in volunteer efforts to aid survivors, started receiving a multitude of video and audio clips from survived festival goers. #NOVA chronicles the harrowing atrocities minute by minute, merely through festival survivors camera footage, and terrorists body camera recordings. With no outside intervention, the raw documentary reveals the true, bone-chilling atrocities of October 7th at the Nova music festival.

Anat Sultan-Dadon, Consul General of Israel to the Southeastern United States, will answer questions following the movie.

For questions, please email brill.institute@atlantajcc..org.

Please note: Ticket (print-at-home/e-ticket) and picture ID is required for entry. Tickets are free with advance registration. 

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