The Light of Fire
Human-Interest Documentaries • 33m
After losing 40 years of work in a sudden fire, American-Israeli artist Yoram Raanan begins painting again. But as surprising images emerge from his work, Yoram and his family are forced to realize how truly different everything has become. A film about heartbreaking loss and inspiring resilience, "The Light of Fire" tells a story about family, faith, and the courage it takes to respond to challenges on one’s own terms.
Director: Bentzi Avtzon
Producer: Bentzi Avtzon
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