It Is No Dream: The Life of 

Theodor Herzl 

Extended at the Laemmle Theatres in: 

 Encino and 

Hollywood Reporter: “Finely crafted ...Richard Trank and Marvin Hier's It Is No Dream: The Life of Theodor Herzl introduces viewers to one of the most important figures in modern Jewish history ... All production values, from the presentation of vintage photos to present-day film of historical locales, are top-notch.”
Jewish Journal: "Theodor Herzl was an assimilated Viennese journalist who became the unlikely founder of modern Zionism and a main catalyst for the creation of the Jewish State of Israel." 

The Dreamer who became the Father of a nation...

The untold story of how one man changed Jewish history forever, It Is No Dream, is the latest production from Moriah Films, the two-time Academy Award™ winning documentary film division of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. The film examines the life and times of Theodor Herzl who was responsible for creating the political movement that led to the founding of the Jewish State in 1948.

Narrated by Academy Award™ winner Ben Kingsley and starring Academy Award™ winner Christoph Waltz as the voice of Theodor Herzl, It Is No Dream examines how Theodor Herzl — an assimilated Jew, a successful playwright and author, born into a traditional but mostly non-religious family in Budapest in 1860 — was changed by the trial of Captain Alfred Dreyfus in Paris, which he covered as a journalist in 1895. 

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