Tampa Bay Jewish Film Festival
February 17 – 27. 2022
Festival October 1-3! UnReined scheduled Sunday Oct 3 at 4 pm from Germany
Thank you Temple Beth Abraham in Tarrytown, NY, 9/23/21 for a stimulating Q&A after the film with in-person and online audience. You can see we had a great time with Rabbi Holtz as moderator.
Thanks to Riva Gambert for a deep dive into the film with her great questions on Sept 22,2021. Nancy, Naomi and Marcia were all in NYC talking to the west coast audience of the East Bay International Jewish Film Festival remotely.
Hey everybody on the Jersey Shore this summer! We’ll be part of the:
BTW July 11 and July 25, 2021 (1 week, 72 hours)
So excited for first in-person festival in MONTANA! Lots of horses and Nancy will be a star guest.
!!!!!!!!WE WON BEST OF FESTIVAL!!!!!!
So excited to be a part of the Toronto selection and included in their highlights!
Programmer’s Pick: Nowhere is the adage that truth is stranger than fiction more apt than the life of Nancy Zeitlin, the woman behind the Palestinian Equestrian Team. Ever the rebel, Nancy challenged familial and societal norms. At various points of her life, she was married to a Christian, an Orthodox Jew and finally, a Palestinian. As a single mother, Nancy became a leading figure in the Israeli equestrian world, but a chance encounter with horse-loving Palestinians prompted her to establish the first Palestinian equestrian team. Professionally and personally, Zeitlin continues to bridge religious and cultural divisions in Israeli society, through a love of horses.
June 6, 2021
May 19-June 2
Simply stated — I loved this film! Beautifully filmed and rich in its story line. Nancy Zeitlin’s personal story is interwoven with the story of Israel resulting in a rich film at so many different levels.” .–Terry Brackett ,Festival Director, Retired, Through Women’s Eyes International Film Festival
Jan 31, 2021 –“We were delighted to present UnReined as a virtual film program this year. The documentary includes so many interesting and layered dimensions and provides a springboard for meaningful dialogue about many aspects of Israel, relationships and sport. We had 200 people stream he film and 50 participate in a livestreamed Q&A with cast and crew. Many others watched the recorded Q&A. ”
–Deborah Brobrow, Arts & Culture Director, Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland
So excited that UnReined is featured part of Animals as Helpers:
Virtual Screening and live zoom Q&A Jan 31, 2021, 11AM EST
Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland, Ohio
Sign up for both sessions–screening and Q&A
Virtual Screening and live zoom Q&A Jan 31,2021 1PM EST
April 4-10, 2021Q&A April 8, 3 PM EST
UnReined won the Winnie Award for best International Documentary