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Jesus Politics to premiere just before US elections

Jesus Politics, a 90-minute film by Ilan Ziv, will have its US premiere at a pre-election screening on November 1 at the Cantor Film Center in New York. Distributed by Icarus Films, the doc investigates the role of religion and faith in American politics with a focus on this year's presidential campaign. Following the premiere screening in NYC, the film is also set for other public exhibitions throughout the US. For more info, visit Icarus' http://www.IcarusFilms.com'>website.
October 15, 2008

Jesus Politics, a 90-minute film by Ilan Ziv, will have its US premiere at a pre-election screening on November 1 at the Cantor Film Center in New York. Distributed by Icarus Films, the doc investigates the role of religion and faith in American politics with a focus on this year’s presidential campaign. Following the premiere screening in NYC, the film is also set for other public exhibitions throughout the US. For more info, visit Icarus’ website.

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