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This film uncovers a global community of artists creating new works in an ancient language that speaks to our times.

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Paul S. Nadler Family Charitable Trust
$29,490
Pauline Wrobel
$1,000
The Piniek and Malka Krystal Fund
$20,000
Trawalla Foundation
$5,000
Sandra Smorgon
$5,000
Jack Chester
$360
john shuster
$1,000
Isaac Apel
$5,000
Anonymous
$5,400
Anonymous
$100
Emma Kranz
$1,000
The Kronhill Pletka Foundation via Women Make Movies
$14,571
Elizabeth Brooke
$1,000
Anonymous
$50
Anonymous
$100
Beth Z Charles and Ron Merkel
$2,100
David Murray-Smith
$500
Beth Z Charles and Ron Merkel
$5,000
Raymond and Ilana Snyder
$1,000
Miriam Zajac
$100
Anonymous
$5,000
Justin Foundation
$4,000
Leslie & Cliff Gilbert-Lurie via Women Make Movies USA
$3,469
Karen Pearlman
$50
Anonymous
$10,000
Bori Liberman
$18,000
Isaac Apel
$5,000
Sam Perla
$1,000
Karen Loblay
$5,000
Morry Fraid
$5,000

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