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One Rock Three Religions

"One Rock Three Religions" poster

Documentary film screening and discussion  featuring the film’s producer and director

September 3, 2015


When: Thursday September 3, 2015, 7:00 PM (Doors open at 6:30)
Where: Wasserman Cinematheque, Sachar International Center, Brandeis University

Please note: This is a private screening, free and open to members of the Brandeis community.

Director of the film Isaac Hertz and producer Valentina Castellani Quinn will introduce "One Rock Three Religions." They will be joined for a post-film discussion by Brandeis Professor Kanan Makiya, who is featured in the film; David Ellenson, Acting Director of the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies; and Bobby Sager '76, Chairman of Polaroid, Founder of the Sager Family Traveling Foundation & Roadshow and of the Young Presidents' Organization Peace Action Network.

“You are nobody if you don’t remember where you come from.” – Father David Neuhaus

Drawing from this powerful statement, “One Rock, Three Religions” explores humanity’s connection to one of the world’s most revered and disputed places, Jerusalem’s Haram Al Sharif or The Temple Mount.

"One Rock Three Religions" takes us on an intimate journey forcing us to open our hearts and awaken our conscience, as it illuminates what the legendary mountain means to people around the world as well as to the participants in this terrible conflict.

The film will expose the ramifications that the holy site has on the political conflict, including the way it is used to provoke violence, while uncovering layers of history and taking into account the most recent archaeological finds.

Sponsored by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life; the Film, Television and Interactive Media Program; and the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies.