Baltimore, MD - Aug. 4, 2018 - After two years of much research and editing, The Torah Legacy Foundation is almost ready to release - Pillar of Truth – the inspiring new film on HaRav Shmuel Yaakov Weinberg zt”l, Rosh HaYeshiva, Ner Yisroel.
For over 50 years, Rav Weinberg zt”l guided thousands in Baltimore and beyond. This is a powerful full-length feature film about Torah, truth, being responsible, caring for others, and much more! The film will be premiered once funds are raised to cover outstanding costs. You can help make it happen by joining as a sponsor and clicking here!
Pillar of Truth - Watch the Trailer!
Join as a project sponsor! Your tax-deductible donation includes the option of free ticket(s) to the premiere, will help cover project costs, and make this inspiring project a reality!
The film blends priceless pictures and videos with recollections from close to 100 prominent rabbonim, talmidim, family, lay-leaders, and others. It has also been reviewed and approved by the family.
“The Rosh HaYeshiva was a deep person with many facets, who had a significant impact on thousands throughout Klal Yisrael. The film successfully captures a wonderful sense of who the Rosh HaYeshiva was.”
- Rav Beryl Weisbord, son-in-law and Mashgiach Ruchani, Yeshivas Ner Yisroel.
"This film manages to capture so much of the gadol we knew and from whose waters we drank. This video will strengthen your kesher with the Rosh HaYeshiva, and give those who never knew him a sense of who he was for Klal Yisrael."
- Rabbi Ilan Feldman, son-in-law and Rav of Congregation Beth Jacob Atlanta
Spread the inspiration and a Legacy of Torah, support this project, and join today!
Note: Sponsorships of $1,000 or more include a free screening of the film before it's released and includes: sponsorship listed in the film credits as well as on the DVD case to be distributed internationally, complementary DVDs, and tickets to the film premiere!
Sponsorship opportunities for the community-wide film premiere are also still available; call Elan Sloan at 443-929-0805 or email TorahLegacy@gmail.com for details.