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Two Legacies

Yosef and Bracha married when they were 12 in Sana`a, Yemen and lived together for close to 70 years. Yosef became absorbed in his books, while Bracha took care of the needy. Before he dies, Rabbi Yosef Kapach hands his granddaughter Einat, director of the film, a bundle of pages which uncover a secret he has kept close to his heart his entire life- the secret of the theological war that split the Yemenite Jewish community. The documents tell of his persecution as a young orphan by the Jews of Yemen, a persecution that continues until the day he dies in Israel. Having read these words, Einat sets out on a journey to understand why he chose her to pass on the legacy and how he managed to turn his life around from such a lonely point and to become a world-famous Jewish philosopher.

Festivals and Awards:

Hamptons Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; 13th Annual NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, Israel, 2009; Jewish Eye Ashkelon Jewish Film Festival, Israel, 2009

Director: Einat Kapach

Producer: Moshe Alafi

Production Company: Alafim Productions

Cinematographer: Avigail Sperber, Moshe Huri

Editor: Ayelet Ofarim

Original Soundtrack: Karni Eldad

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Second Television and Radio Authority, The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, The AVI CHAI Foundation

Musicians: Yasmin Levi

Script: Einat Kapach

Distributor: Go2Films

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: הירושות שלי

Yosef and Bracha married when they were 12 in Sana`a, Yemen and lived together for close to 70 years. Yosef became absorbed in his books, while Bracha took care of the needy. Before he dies, Rabbi Yosef Kapach hands his granddaughter Einat, director of the film, a bundle of pages which uncover a secret he has kept close to his heart his entire life- the secret of the theological war that split the Yemenite Jewish community. The documents tell of his persecution as a young orphan by the Jews of Yemen, a persecution that continues until the day he dies in Israel. Having read these words, Einat sets out on a journey to understand why he chose her to pass on the legacy and how he managed to turn his life around from such a lonely point and to become a world-famous Jewish philosopher.

Festivals and Awards:

Hamptons Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; 13th Annual NY Sephardic Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2009; Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, Israel, 2009; Jewish Eye Ashkelon Jewish Film Festival, Israel, 2009

Director: Einat Kapach

Producer: Moshe Alafi

Production Company: Alafim Productions

Cinematographer: Avigail Sperber, Moshe Huri

Editor: Ayelet Ofarim

Original Soundtrack: Karni Eldad

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, The Second Television and Radio Authority, The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture, The AVI CHAI Foundation

Musicians: Yasmin Levi

Script: Einat Kapach

Distributor: Go2Films

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: הירושות שלי

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