'TIL KINGDOM COME
'TIL KINGDOM COME
'TIL KINGDOM COME
'TIL KINGDOM COME
the controversial bond between Evangelicals and Jews in a story of faith, power, and money

'TIL KINGDOM COME

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"Illuminating and disturbing" - The Hollywood Reporter | "Mind-boggling" - Jewish Film Review | Official Selection - DOC NYC

Politics + Policy • Religious Studies • Jewish Studies • Christian Studies • International Studies • American Studies • Middle East Studies • Social Studies

Date of Completion: 2020 | Run Time: 76 minutes​​ | Language: English, Hebrew, and Arabic with English subtitles | Captions: Yes | Includes: Transcript | Director: Maya Zinshtein | Producers: John Battsek, Abraham Troen & Maya Zinshtein

Millions of American Evangelicals are praying for the State of Israel. Among them are the Binghams, a dynasty of Kentucky pastors, and their Evangelical congregants in an impoverished coal mining town. They donate sacrificially to Israel’s foremost philanthropic organization, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, because they fervently believe the Jews are crucial to Jesus’s return. This film traces this unusual relationship, from rural Kentucky to the halls of government in Washington, through the moving of the American Embassy in Jerusalem and to the annexation plan of the West-Bank. With unparalleled access, the film exposes a stunning backstory of the Trump and Netanyahu administrations, where financial, political and messianic motivations intersect with the apocalyptic worldview that is insistently reshaping American foreign policy toward Israel and the Middle-East.

Jewish Film Review
"The explosive blend of fanaticism, hypocrisy and cynicism exposed here is mind-boggling." 

MAKO
"Outstanding, important and disturbing." 

Filmmaker Magazine
"[A] cinematic exercise in Orwellian logic."

Screen Daily | Jonathan Romney
"A toxic mix of fundamentalist religion and real world politics is examined soberly but startlingly."

The New York Times
"Illuminates what the director calls an 'unholy alliance' that sharply altered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the Trump administration ... The film is likely to teach Christian and Jewish audiences in the United States a great deal about subjects they may have thought they already understood — including how American politics really work."

The Hollywood Reporter
"Illuminating and disturbing"