Israeli actress Gal Gadot, known for her role as Wonder Woman, is making plans to host a screening of Israel’s conflict with Hamas. The screening will feature footage provided by the Israel Defense Forces and will showcase 47 minutes of the attack Hamas made on October 7th. This curated event will be spearheaded by Academy Award-winning director Guy Nattiv and will have Gadot as the host, which is significant considering she is not only a renowned actress but also an IDF veteran.
Israeli actress Gal Gadot is planning to host a screening of Israel's conflict with Hamas, with the footage provided by the Israel Defense Forces.
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Nattiv expressed his determination to ensure that these images are seen by the world and not forgotten. He emphasized the importance of dispelling any doubts about the authenticity of the footage. The director expressed his gratitude towards Gadot and her husband, Yaron Varsano, for their role in making the screening possible.
The plan is to hold one screening for 120 spectators, primarily consisting of celebrities and notable individuals. There is a possibility of additional screenings if there is enough interest. However, specific details regarding the date and attendees of the screening have not been disclosed.
Before her successful career in Hollywood, Gadot served in the IDF for two years, including during the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war. Israel requires most of its citizens, both men and women, to serve in the military for a certain period of time. Gadot has been vocal about her support for Israel on social media, standing with the country in the aftermath of Hamas’s attack on October 7th. She has also shared videos of hostages from the conflict.
Gadot is not the only Israeli celebrity using their platform to speak out against Hamas. Former Miss Israel, Yityish “Titi” Aynaw, has also used social media to condemn Hamas, stating that supporting them also means promoting the destruction of children’s futures. Aynaw has even compared Hamas to ISIS, highlighting the group’s brutality and violence.