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Tuesday, April 2
7:00 PM EDT - 8:00 PM EDT

A True Story of Muslim-Jewish Friendship & Survival: “Sevap/Mitzvah”

Virtual Event

Cost: 10.00

Sabina Vajrača’s award-winning short film “Sevap/Mitzvah” (2023) explores the incredible true story of a Muslim and Jewish friend duo who save one another’s lives — first during World War II, then during the 1990 siege of Sarajevo. With this $10 ticket, you’ll get access to the short film and a live Q&A session with Vajrača on…

Sabina Vajrača’s award-winning short film “Sevap/Mitzvah” (2023) explores the incredible true story of a Muslim and Jewish friend duo who save one another’s lives — first during World War II, then during the 1990 siege of Sarajevo.

With this $10 ticket, you’ll get access to the short film and a live Q&A session with Vajrača on April 2 that will dive into her real-life inspiration, her process, future projects and more.

Bring questions and comments to the heart-warming conversation that you won’t want to miss!

About the director:
Sabina Vajrača is a Bosnian film director, screenwriter and producer. Her debut film, “Back to Bosnia” (2005), focused on the difficult experiences of refugees who attempt to return to their countries of origin and reclaim their property. “Sevap/Mitzvah” is her fourth film.

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