The Simon Wiesenthal Center cordially invites you to attend
The Prime Ministers
New York Premiere
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 7:30pm
Starring Sandra Bullock - as the voice of Golda Meir
Michael Douglas - as the voice of Yitzhak Rabin
Leonard Nimoy - as the voice of Levi Eshkol
Film screening 7:30 p.m.
Special Guest Ambassador Yehuda Avner author, The Prime Ministers
AMC Lincoln Square
1998 Broadway, New York, NY
The Prime Ministers, the thirteenth production of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s two-time Academy Award®-winning Moriah Films, is an epic film that looks at six decades of Israel’s history—from its founding until the early 21st century. Based on the bestselling book by Ambassador Yehuda Avner, the documentary takes the audience inside the offices of Israel’s Prime Ministers, bringing to life never before revealed stories about Levi Eshkol, Golda Meir, Yitzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin, and Shimon Peres.
The film’s first half, The Pioneers will be screened at the upcoming Premiere. It covers the era of Prime Ministers Eshkol and Meir. Part Two will focus on Prime Ministers Rabin and Begin. Weaving a rich tapestry of history and personal testimonies, The Prime Ministers brings some of the most important events of the 20th and 21st centuries to life.
Kathy Ireland I Tommy Hilfiger I Jona Rechnitz
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What time do doors open?
Will tickets be sold at the theater?
No tickets will be sold at the theater. All must be purchased in advance and only those who have paid in advance will be checked in at the event.
Are tickets being mailed out?
Tickets will be sent out electronically and mailed to those without email addresses
When will the film go public?
The film will be showing in more select theaters in 6 months, once it completes the premiere circuit
How long is the film?
The film is an hour and 48 minutes
Where is the Premiere?
The film is at the AMC Lincoln Square located at 1998 Broadway (68th and Broadway).
How do I get to the theater?
The 1 train 66th street stop is conveniently near the movie theater. The following parking lots are also available in the area (we do not have any deals with them).
If you have any other questions, please call 212-697-1180 ex. 102 for Melissa Hooper or 109 for Allison Nellis between 9am and 5pm or leave a voicemail and it will be returned the next day or as quickly as possible.