Nov 22, 2015
Argentina Shliach on Film Panel

Argentina's Head Shliach Rabbi Tzvi Grunblatt participated in a discussion panel about a new documentary film on relationships.

By COLlive reporter

Rabbi Tzvi Grunblatt, Head Shliach to Argentina, participated in a discussion panel on the new documentary film "The Lost Key" about relationships.

The film was invited by the prestigious "Festival Internacional de Cine Judio en Argentina" in Buenos Aires and played to large crowds in the upscale Palermo area.

Rabbi Grunblatt joined one of the Q&A sessions immediately following the screening, together with filmmaker Ricardo Adler and a therapist. The Q&A was moderated by Rabbi Isaac Chocron.

The Lost Key, intended for an adult crowd, came about when Adler discovered immense depth in the way Judaism and Chassidus understand and explain intimacy.

Adler cooperated with and was guided by Rabbi Manis Friedman, a world-renowned author, lecturer and philosopher who co-founded the Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies in Minnesota.

Together, Adler and Rabbi Friedman worked for 7 years to create an award-winning film that has been impacting many peoples' lives and bringing Kedusha into their homes.

The success in Argentina before the U.S. and Canadian National Jewish Premiere set for January 13th, 2016, when any Jewish organizations can screen the film to their local community, optionally followed by discussion panels with local rabbis and experts.

For more information or to host a screening, email screenings@thelostkey.com.



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Rabbi Grunblatt, good choice!
Putting Rabbi Grunblatt on the panel was a wise choice. He's ch'ssidish, level headed and a people person, all of which is necessary to handle such a discussion in a bakovidikeh manner.
(11/22/2015 10:45:33 PM)
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