AFIPO Presents:


We invite you to join us on November 24 at 5:30 PM PST / 8:30 PM EST, for a special, pre-Thanksgiving conversation with Ruthie Shatz and Adi Barash—directors of the hit Netflix docuseries Lenox Hill. Created in honor of the frontline healthcare workers of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ruthie and Adi will be joined by entertainment executive and AFIPO Board Member Matti Leshem for a candid conversation about the series, the deeply personal moments between doctor and patient, and the real-life medical heroes who save lives every day at Lenox Hill and hospitals around the world.

The event will also include a message from Kfir Gavrieli, founder and CEO of women’s fashion brand Tieks, about unity during the COVID-19 pandemic and his own philanthropic response to the COVID-19 pandemic through Operation #SewTogether and Tieks for Heroes.

The program is free and accessible to all.   View Here.

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  • Ruthie Shatz & Adi Barash

    Lauded for their work as directors/producers of the Netflix original series "Lenox Hill," Ruthie Shatz and Adi Barash are longtime collaborators whose past films include the medical documentaries "Ichilov" and "Ambulance." Although the filmmakers finished filming "Lenox Hill" in November 2019, they were able to return to the iconic New York hospital at the start of the coronavirus pandemic for a special COVID-19 episode, which was released this summer.

  • Matti Leshem

    Matti Leshem is co-founder of Weimaraner Republic Pictures and the founder of New Mandate Films, a film and television production company created to mine the rich depth of Jewish history, literature, and stories from the Bible to the present day. He is an ardent supporter of Israel and the arts, serving as a board member of the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

  • Kfir Gavrieli

    Kfir Gavrieli is the CEO and founder of Tieks, a world-leading women's fashion brand known for its Italian leather split-sole flat shoes. This year, Tieks launched Operation #Sewtogether in response to the coronavirus pandemic, a philanthropic campaign to mobilize the company’s resources and millions of fans to produce masks for frontline medial workers in hospitals facing extreme shortages. Through the campaign, Tieks helped produce over 1 million masks for essential workers.

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