‘Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre’ Documentary & Survivor Story

‘Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre’ Documentary & Survivor Story

Sunday, March 3, 2024 at 7:00pm – 8:45pm at the Norman Rothstein Theatre

Cost: $18



Days after the Hamas onslaught, filmmaker Duki Dror headed to the devastated rave site near Re’im and began documenting the massacre for his new documentary ‘Supernova: The Music Festival Massacre’. (50 minutes)

Shalev, is a survivor of the Nova Massacre. On the morning of the attack he escaped into a ranch where he and others were able to hide. An Israeli-Arab citizen that was with them convinced Hamas that he was there by himself while the Jews and Thai workers he was with were hiding just a few feet away.

Our evening will begin with the screening of the film. Warning it contains graphic content and is not suitable for children. Following the film, Shalev will join us in person to share his story and the story of the horrible events that befell his friends and fellow festival attendees.

*Warning: The film and the survivor testimony contains graphic content and will be unsettling, participants are encouraged to consider their own emotional well being and ability to process the above before attending.

SUPERNOVA: THE MUSIC FESTIVAL MASSACRE” (50 minutes) The first minute-by-minute chronicle of the traumatic events of October 7, 2023, details the attack on Israel’s Supernova music fest, including real-time footage and survivor accounts. As the sun rose over unsuspecting young revelers, the unimaginable unfolded. When Hamas launched its coordinated attack, chaos reigned with hundreds killed, many more wounded, and dozens taken hostage. Through meticulously compiled videos from various sources—terrorists’ GoPros, victims’ phones, CCTV cameras, dash cams, and first responders’ recordings—a vivid, emotionally charged immersion into the nightmarish ordeal unfolds. These stories of tragedy, resilience, and resolute human spirit form a powerful, visceral narrative, making it disturbing but vital viewing that demands history never forget.

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