Help Fund Feature Doc - 'The Jews Of Ghana: From The Four Corners Of The Earth'

From Shadow and Act Thu Dec 20 2012, 01:21:08

The first thing I thought of when I read about this was, another documentary we featured on this site earlier this year - RE-EMERGING: The Jews of Nigeria, which documents the lives of Igbo people who have embraced Judaism as a part of their legacy, and who believe Igbos are really descendants of Israelites. And now, from Toronto-based director Gabrielle Zilkha comes The Jews of Ghana: From the Four Corners of the Earth, which follows a remote Ghanaian community known as the Sefwis, who have been practicing Judaism for centuries, and who only recently (over the last 20 years) learn that they weren't alone, with millions of people around the world also following the...

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