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Home Game

 
      "Fabulous and Powerful Movie" - Prof. Yisrael Aumann, Nobel Prize Laureate
 
 
 
      "A unique and eloquent film that hits home." -- The Jerusalem Post
 
 

“Home Game” is a captivating new film that encapsulates the surreal story of normal teenagers trying to continue an annual basketball tournament during a very abnormal summer in Israel -- the summer of 2005 during the disengagement from Gaza. This powerful film emphasizes the journey of these teenagers and their determination to win against all odds, both on and off the court. "Home Game" tells part of the untold human story to a piece of Jewish history that was overshadowed by politics.

You can sponsor a program in your community or school. Producer Avi Abelow will host a screening and lead a discussion about the power of unity, the journey of the film and more about the untold stories of former residents of Gush Katif, then and now.

Contact avi@12tribefilms.org to arrange a screening in your community. 


Media Reviews

Houston Jewish Herald: 'Home Game' powerful on many fronts Synagogue Screening Event Testimonial Educational Org. Screening Event Testimonial Ynet - Film Captures Gaza Teens
 
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