The Shuki & Tori Levy Foundation

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Shuki and Tori Levy are proud to announce the launch of the official website for their nonprofit foundation. The Shuki & Tori Levy Foundation is committed to supporting educational endeavors that spread positive energy and build bridges of understanding between people from all backgrounds. In keeping with the vision of its founders, the Foundation supports a network of educational projects and creative properties aimed at helping children and families understand the importance of positive thinking. It is the Foundation’s belief that education is the best means to empower the public through lessons of spirituality and social responsibility. Examining the past is one of the best ways to change the future; to this end, the Foundation also develops and funds projects that educate the public on historical and cultural topics. By supporting ventures focused on learning and enlightenment, the Foundation strives to make a positive impact on people from a range of diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Using education as a unifying force for good, the Shuki and Tori Levy Foundation aims to help set a new generation on the path to global peace. Learn more about the work of the foundation here.

“Imagine This” Musical to Debut in Germany

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Shuki Levy’s musical “Imagine This” will debut at the Freien Musical Ensemble in Münster, Germany on October 28, 2016. The production will feature a live 40-piece orchestra and a cast of nearly 60. It is the first time this original musical has been produced in Germany, a historically significant event considering the play’s setting – the Warsaw Ghetto in World War II – and the musical’s subject matter.

More information on the German stage production here – English translation of the German page here.

Shuki Levy Acquires Rights to “Last Train to Istanbul”

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Shuki Levy, in co-production with Israeli producer/director Doron Eran and Attorney Hagai Strohweiss, has acquired rights to produce a feature film based on the international bestselling book “Last Train to Istanbul” by Ayşe Kulin. The book follows the inspiring true story of Turkish diplomat Ismail Necdet Kent, who risked his life to rescue Jews and Turkish citizens living in France during World War II. Author Ayşe Kulin, also well known for her screenwriting and short stories, has been honored with multiple awards including the prestigious Istanbul Communication Faculty “Writer of the Year” award. The feature is currently in development and slated to start production in 2018.

Shuki Levy Receives Innovation Award at the Einstein Gala

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On May 15, 2016 in Toronto, Shuki Levy received the Jake Eberts Key of Knowledge Award at the Einstein Gala in the area of Innovation. Other award recipients included Naomi Azrieli of The Azriele Foundation, Dr. Barry Sherman of Apotex Inc., and Jeff Martin, former Apple exec and CEO of Tribal Planet. The panel of recipients was moderated by CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

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Shuki receives award from Rami Kleinmann, CEO of Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University

Inspired by Hebrew University founders Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud and re-named in honor of its first recipient, the late Academy Award winning producer Jake Eberts, The Key of Knowledge Award recognizes leaders and visionaries who have bettered society through the dissemination of knowledge, innovation and personal example. The event helped to raise money for the Albert Einstein Foundation, which is dedicated to building a museum in honor of Einstein on the Hebrew University campus in Jerusalem.

 

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Read more here: The Einstein Gala

Reso’s Top 5 Shuki Levy Themes

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This Man Is Responsible for (Nearly) All of Your 80s/90s Kid’s Show Memories

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Read more here: Moviepilot.com