Israel-based global studio SIPUR, in association with Israeli broadcaster HOT Channel 8 and HSCC, has begun production on a new film documentary telling the tragic story of the Oct. 7 Hamas massacre of hundreds of youths at the international Tribe of Nova’s Supernova Music Festival in Kibbutz Re’im.
Led by award-winning director Yariv Mozer, whose filmography includes THE DEVIL’S CONFESSION: THE LOST EICHMANN TAPES and BEN GURION: EPILOGUE, the documentary chronicles an event solely focused on music, love and freedom before devolving into the deadliest day in Israeli history. It will be released in Israel and globally over the coming year.
Sipur has acquired exclusive material from participants and key people at the festival seeking to honor the scores of young victims, the filmmakers will present an in-depth look at the Festival before, during and after the horrific event. It will include interviews with investigators, soldiers and journalists shocked by the carnage they have witnessed, as well as unseen footage gathered from the festival-goers.