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The Ultimate Film for the 3 Weeks

The Ultimate Film for the 3 Weeks

by Hadassah Levy on Jun 28, 2018

Looking for an engaging and fun film that’s also appropriate for the Three Weeks?

The Lost Light is the first complete film about the laws of speech ever produced! It’s entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time.

Ultimate Film for the 3 Weeks

Combining storytelling, animation and special effects, this cutting-edge film will teach you why the way you speak is so important, what type of speech is considered loshon hara and how to avoid it.

Watch it with your congregants, kids, students and campers; it’s great for all ages and it’s appropriate for all levels of learning.

The Lost Light is available for free viewing from now until Rosh Chodesh Av (July 13).

Click here to watch now.

Three Weeks Film

This groundbreaking series has been sponsored by Elan & Victoria Shasha (London, England), the Slone Family (Norfolk, Virginia), Jay & Lauren Hofstatter (Boca Raton, Florida), Ori & Iris Adivi (Aventura, Florida), Abe & Risa Katz (Monsey, New York), Margo & Yechiel Rosman (Boca Raton, Florida), Aaron & Tammy Attias (Bal Harbour, Florida), Daniel & Esther Levy (London, England), Bennett & Yael Kaplan (Jerusalem, Israel), Jeremy & Ruthie Finn (Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel), and Dave & Debbie Diamond (Toronto, Canada).

Feedback for The Lost Light

“Never seen anything like it!” - Isaac Jebreel 

“I found the film engaging, practical and heartwarming” - Alex Aaronson

“I love the Torah Live videos. It makes learning fun and engaging.” -Yael Shasha

“The Lost Light is accurate and effective. I hope that it will reach the masses.” - Rabbi Yitzchok Berkovitz, Rosh Kollel, The Jerusalem Kollel

Free Gift from Torah Live

Enjoy a free gift from Torah Live - a download of the Chofetz Chaim's prayer asking Hashem to help us guard our tongues.

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