(Nov. 6, 9 & 11) – A radical dreamer and a rebellious visionary, the Israeli peace activist Abie Nathan was the man behind The Voice of Peace, a pirate radio station broadcasting from a ship off the coast of Tel Aviv. During the 1970s, the station had more than 20 million enthusiastic listeners from all over the Middle East. This fascinating documentary follows Nathans humanitarian work over four decades, combining rarely-seen archival footage with interviews with former Israeli President Shimon Peres, Yoko Ono, Sir Michael Caine, and other world-renowned individuals who believed in Nathans vision of a more peaceful Middle East.
Director: Eric Friedler
Fri 11/6 10:30 AM at JCC Manhattan, Mon 11/9 08:30 PM at JCC Manhattan, and Wed 11/11 06:30 PM at Cinema Village.
WHEN AND HOW OFTEN
Friday, November 6, 2015 – 10:30am
Various cinemas in New York , NY