Israel-based manufacturing firm Sipur is teaming up with Israeli broadcasters HOT Channel 8 and HSCC on a function documentary concerning the Oct. 7 assaults by Hamas on the Supernova Music Pageant in Kibbutz Re’im. The assault was a part of Hamas’ incursion over the border into Israel that resulted within the terrorist group killing greater than 1,300 folks and triggering the present Israeli-Gaza conflict.
Yariv Mozer, director of The Satan’s Confession: The Misplaced Eichman Tapes and Ben Gurion: Epilogue, will direct the movie, utilizing unique materials from individuals and key folks on the pageant. The filmmakers mentioned they intention to current an in-depth take a look at the pageant earlier than, throughout and after the horrific occasion and can embrace interviews with investigators, troopers and journalists shocked by the carnage they’ve witnessed, in addition to unseen footage gathered from the festival-goers.
“I’ve seen issues in my life. I’ve lived by way of wars; I’ve fought in wars and I’ve even filmed throughout a conflict,” mentioned Mozer in a press release. “However nothing ready me for the tough photos I’ve seen within the stays of the bloodbath that came about on the Nova music pageant. I see it as my obligation as a documentary filmmaker to deliver to the world the testimonies and horrific tales from the survivors of this slaughter. Younger men and women whose solely sin was their need for music, and the fervour to rejoice free love, spirit and freedom.”
Sipur is presenting the documentary mission to potential worldwide patrons on the MIPCOM Cannes TV market this week.
“We have now moved rapidly to make this documentary as a result of we consider it’s crucial to do every little thing in our energy to shine a light-weight on the best evil dedicated in opposition to our folks for the reason that Holocaust,” mentioned Sipur CEO Emilio Schenker. “The Supernova Music Pageant should be seen and understood in its entirety to really perceive the bigger which means of the unspeakable crimes in opposition to humanity that occurred there. The world should always remember.”