ON THE MAP

MK MOSHE DAYAN SHAKING HANDS WITH MACABBI TEL AVIV BASKETBALL PLAYER MOTTI AROESTI, AS AULCI PERRY & MIKY     BERKOVITZ LOOK ON AT THE YAD ELIYAHI STADIUM.



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" uplifting and inspiring ... moves people deeply "
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

" a fantastic film! "
The Israel Film Center, NYC

" the drama could not be more real "
Amanda Maddahi, Maccabi USA

7:30 PM Saturday, October 15th
Center for Contemporary Arts

It was 1977, stunned by the murder of its athletes at the Munich Olympics, demoralized by the Yom Kippur War, and reeling from Entebbe, Israel’s underdog basketball team faced the formidable Soviet Union Red Army Moscow team in the European Championships. The game was played in Belgium because the Soviets refused to travel to Tel Aviv and would not allow the Israelis to enter the Soviet Union, simply because they did not recognize Israel’s right to exist.

ON THE MAP is the story of the “miracle on hardwood” that put Israel “on the map” and captured the heart of a nation in the process. Your heart will be captured too by this documentary and the remarkable David and Goliath story it tells.