After generations of silence, more and more women dare to give their own personal and musical interpretation to ancient Jewish texts - a territory known only for men.
The film “Let Me Hear Thy Voice” unravels an intimate conversation with four talented female musicians - Alma Zohar, Victoria Hanna, Maureen Nehedar and Lea Avraham who open their hearts and speak about their personal experiences, inspiration, femininity and Jewish roots.
Combined with beautiful musical segments, the film gives the viewer an opportunity to dive into an ancient space that is still ever-changing.
So how is it possible to view the film?
At the moment the film is being screened at film festivals all over the world and is only available for private invitations.
The only option is for private screenings at schools, institutions, synagogues, or any group of people interested.
For more information fill out the form below and we will get back to you ASAP!
Excerpts From the Film
© 2020 288 Sparks
Email - 288sparks [at] gmail.com Directors/Producers - Mili Ben Hayl +972-54-2028218 / Tamar Shippony +972-52-6483248