ONLINE“Game Changers” Film Screening

Next Event: March 30, 2022 $15.00
“Game Changers” by Noam Sobovitz (Promotional still)
“Game Changers” by Noam Sobovitz (Promotional still)

How did a football match between enemies become a turning point in history? In 1970, just 25 years after the Holocaust, the Israeli national team hosted Germany’s Borussia Mönchengladbachin Tel Aviv. The match played despite a slew of terror threats and marked a turning point between Germany and Israel, and between Germans and Jews. Through interviews with former German and Israeli footballers, historians and diplomats, along with rare archival materials, the film examines the power of sports and personal friendships to bring down the wall between nations and to pave the way between adversaries.

This film screening is available to Massachusetts residents only.

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