‘Til Kingdom Come

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‘Til Kingdom Come

'Til Kingdom Come

Millions of American Evangelicals are praying for the State of Israel. Among them are the Binghams, a dynasty of Kentucky pastors, and their Evangelical congregants in an impoverished coal-mining town. They donate sacrificially to Israel’s foremost philanthropic organization, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews because they fervently believe the Jews are crucial to Jesus’s return. This film traces this unusual relationship, from rural Kentucky to the halls of government in Washington, through the moving of the American Embassy to Jerusalem and the annexation plan of the West-Bank. With unparalleled access, the film exposes a stunning backstory of the Trump and Netanyahu administrations, where financial, political and messianic motivations intersect with the apocalyptic worldview that is insistently reshaping American foreign policy toward Israel and the Middle-East.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv International Film Festival, Israeli Competition, Israel, 2020.

Director: Maya Zinshtein

Producer: John Battsek, Abraham (abie) Troen, Maya Zinshtein

Production Company: Passion Pictures, Ventureland, Piraya Film, Maya Zinshtein

Cinematographer: Abraham (abie) Troen

Editor: Elan Golod, Supervising Editor: Geoff Richman, Co-editors: Keith Fraase, Joseph Krings, Tamar Kay

Soundtrack Editor: Michael Goorevich

Original Soundtrack: Miriam Cutler

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, KAN – Israeli Public Broadcast Corp, Bertha - DocSociety, Sundance Institute, IDA, The Jewish Film Institute

Script: Mark Monroe

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: עד סוף העולם

Millions of American Evangelicals are praying for the State of Israel. Among them are the Binghams, a dynasty of Kentucky pastors, and their Evangelical congregants in an impoverished coal-mining town. They donate sacrificially to Israel’s foremost philanthropic organization, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews because they fervently believe the Jews are crucial to Jesus’s return. This film traces this unusual relationship, from rural Kentucky to the halls of government in Washington, through the moving of the American Embassy to Jerusalem and the annexation plan of the West-Bank. With unparalleled access, the film exposes a stunning backstory of the Trump and Netanyahu administrations, where financial, political and messianic motivations intersect with the apocalyptic worldview that is insistently reshaping American foreign policy toward Israel and the Middle-East.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv International Film Festival, Israeli Competition, Israel, 2020.

 
'Til Kingdom Come

Director: Maya Zinshtein

Producer: John Battsek, Abraham (abie) Troen, Maya Zinshtein

Production Company: Passion Pictures, Ventureland, Piraya Film, Maya Zinshtein

Cinematographer: Abraham (abie) Troen

Editor: Elan Golod, Supervising Editor: Geoff Richman, Co-editors: Keith Fraase, Joseph Krings, Tamar Kay

Soundtrack Editor: Michael Goorevich

Original Soundtrack: Miriam Cutler

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, KAN – Israeli Public Broadcast Corp, Bertha - DocSociety, Sundance Institute, IDA, The Jewish Film Institute

Script: Mark Monroe

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: עד סוף העולם

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