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  1. Back to Berlin is the first biker flick-meets-holocaust feature documentary. Eleven motor bikers have a mission to take the Maccabiah torch from Israel to the site of the infamous 1936 Berlin Olympics, for the first Jewish Olympic Games on German soil.

    • 2018
    • 4
  2. 15 mar 2018 · Back To Berlin Synopsis Following eleven modern-day Jewish bikers on an epic journey from Tel-Aviv to Berlin, crossing nine European countries and 4,500km in twenty-four days. Their mission, to deliver the Maccabi torch to Hitler’s infamous 1936 Olympic stadium, for the opening ceremony of the 2015 European Maccabiah Games.

  3. On DVD & Digital HD | https://vivaverve.com/film/back-to-berlin/Formed in the late 19th century, the Maccabiah have held the Maccabi Games every four years s...

    • 2 min
    • 792
    • Verve Pictures
  4. Recreating the Maccabiah journeys of the early 1930’s, 11 Israelis fly their flag from Tel Aviv to Berlin to relive how they and their families survived the ...

  5. www.filmreviewdaily.com › all-reviews › back-to-berlinBack to Berlin — FILM REVIEW

    11 dic 2020 · Back to Berlin came about when it became known that a group of Jewish bikers - eleven in number - were planning a journey of 3000 miles to bring the torch associated with the Maccabi Games (an event often referred to as the Jewish Olympics) from Israel to Berlin, this being where the 2015 European games were being held.

    • Mansel Stimpson
  6. 2018 United Kingdom / Hungary / United Kingdom 75 mins English, German, Hebrew NYC Premiere Documentary Film Competition The Back to Berlin cameras follow eleven modern-day Jewish bikers on an epic journey from Tel-Aviv to Berlin, crossing nine European countries and 4,500km in twenty-four days.

  7. www.primevideo.com › detail › Back-to-BerlinPrime Video: Back to Berlin

    1 h 16 min 2020 13+. The Back to Berlin cameras follow 11 modern-day bikers on an epic journey from Tel-Aviv to Berlin to deliver their torch to Hitler's infamous 1936 Olympic stadium. Crossing 9 countries, they reveal how they or their families survived the Holocaust.