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Blessed Is the Match

Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh

Here are some of the ways you can get involved with Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh:

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS

Organizations, schools, museums, libraries and festivals of all kinds are invited to embrace and use Blessed Is the Match by:

  • joining Katahdin in a recognized partnership that will help us promote you
  • contacting us and letting us know what you’d like to do with the film
  • linking to our website
  • sharing information about the film, resources, screenings and broadcasts with your constituents
  • planning a screening and discussion
  • printing our Educational Study Guide and Viewers Guide (coming soon to this page)
  • YOM HASHOAH SCREENINGS

    Through our community partnerships Katahdin aims to co-host community screenings of Blessed Is the Match on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) in 2009. Contact us to request a free preview copy of the film and to begin planning your event. When possible, cast and crew members attend screenings and participate in Q&As. Our viewer discussion guide and event planning tips are available in print and online to help you have a successful event.

    EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE

    Through a partnership with Facing History and Ourselves thousands of middle and high school students across the country will be introduced to Hannah’s story of resistance and action. A free 30-page study guide is currently available from Facing History and Ourselves.