Have You Heard About the Black Panthers?

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Have You Heard About the Black Panthers?

In 1970, a protest movement led by young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods in Jerusalem burst into the public consciousness with its anti-establishment and sometimes, violent actions. They became known as the “Black Panthers.” Filmmaker Nissim Mossek, who was enchanted by the enthusiasm and sincere intentions of the rebellious youngsters, followed their revolutionary course, which he saw as just and immediately began to document their dynamic activities resulting in the protest movie, “Have You Heard about the Panthers, Uncle Moshe?” Many years later, Mossek embarks on a tour in quest of the original Black Panthers and the characters who appeared in the film.

Festivals and Awards:

Haifa IFF Israel, 2002 - Best Director Award;  San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 2003

Director: Nissim Mossek

Producer: Sharon Schaveet

Production Company: Blue Rose Production, Herzliya Studio

Cinematographer: Tom Gat, Ezra Shmueli, Shmuel Kalderon

Editor: Nissim Mossek

Original Soundtrack: Shlomo Mizarachi

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Briza – YES, The Gesher Foundation.

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: ?שמעת על הפנתרים

In 1970, a protest movement led by young people from disadvantaged neighborhoods in Jerusalem burst into the public consciousness with its anti-establishment and sometimes, violent actions. They became known as the “Black Panthers.” Filmmaker Nissim Mossek, who was enchanted by the enthusiasm and sincere intentions of the rebellious youngsters, followed their revolutionary course, which he saw as just and immediately began to document their dynamic activities resulting in the protest movie, “Have You Heard about the Panthers, Uncle Moshe?” Many years later, Mossek embarks on a tour in quest of the original Black Panthers and the characters who appeared in the film.

Festivals and Awards:

Haifa IFF Israel, 2002 - Best Director Award;  San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 2003

 

Director: Nissim Mossek

Producer: Sharon Schaveet

Production Company: Blue Rose Production, Herzliya Studio

Cinematographer: Tom Gat, Ezra Shmueli, Shmuel Kalderon

Editor: Nissim Mossek

Original Soundtrack: Shlomo Mizarachi

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, Briza – YES, The Gesher Foundation.

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: ?שמעת על הפנתרים

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