Judy Levis Krug Boca Raton Virtual Jewish Film Festival

Til Kingdom Come Free Q & A Recorded with Director Maya Zinshtein and Rabbi Dan Levin

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Speakers - Director Maya Zinshtein and Rabbi Dan Levin

Sponsored By BNY Mellon


Director / Producer - Maya Zinshtein

Maya Zinshtein is an Emmy Award-winning Israeli documentary filmmaker and journalist. Among numerous prestigious awards, Zinshtein was named Best Director at the 2016 Jerusalem Film Festival for her acclaimed documentary FOREVER PURE, which later went on to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Politics & Government documentary in 2018 (Independent Lens/PBS). For the last ten years she has directed and produced documentaries broadcast on Israeli TV and abroad including by Netflix, BBC, ARTE/ZDF, and PBS, and screened at over 100 festivals around the world. An alumna of Sundance Institute, she teaches at Sam Spiegel film school in Jerusalem and serves on the jury of Israeli and International film festivals.


Producer - Abraham "Abie" Troen

Abie Troen is an award winning Israeli documentary filmmaker and cinematographer. He has lead documentary projects in Israel, Kenya, India, Mexico, and the US, and his work has screened at the American Pavilion at Cannes, TIFF, SXSW, Doc NYC, and online for National Geographic, Vanity Fair, and Conde Nast’s. He currently resides in Los Angeles and films on both sides of the Atlantic.


Moderator - Rabbi Dan Levin

Rabbi Dan Levin serves as the senior rabbi of Temple Beth El, the congregation where he began his career in 1996. As the congregation’s leader, Rabbi Levin works to create a community where each member is inspired to lead a life of spiritual richness, meaning, purpose, and service. He seeks to build a congregation whose mission is to synthesize the innate questions and moral challenges of the world in which we live with the wisdom and power of centuries of Jewish tradition. It is this synthesis of tradition and the modern world that guides his teaching, worship, and pastoral care. Rabbi Levin believes that God is found in the intimacy of relationship, and seeks to build in the congregation a web of care, love, and oneness with each other, the community in which we live, and with the Jewish people here, in Israel, and throughout the world.


Locally, he has served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, as aboard member of Ruth and Norman Rales Jewish Family Services, the American Jewish Committee, and the Mathew Forbes Romer Foundation. He was a featured writer for the Union for Reform Judaism’s Ten Minutes ofTorah, and blogs at www.rabbidanlevin.com.


Rabbi Levin is a Senior Rabbinic Fellow with the Shalom Hartman Institute. A recipient of the prestigious Wexner Graduate Fellowship, Rabbi Levin studied at the Jerusalem, Los Angeles, and New York campuses of the Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, and was ordained in May, 1996. He graduated from Colgate University with a degree in Philosophy and Religion in 1991, and also studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.