Marantz, a pioneer of the audio media streaming platform, is set to release a documentary on the Messiah, which is currently being filmed in Jerusalem, Israel.
The documentary, titled Messiah: The Rise and Fall of a Messiah, will be released by Marantz Media Streamer, a company that specializes in the production of documentaries on Jewish history and the Messiah.
The documentary will be titled The Rise of the New Messiah.
According to Marantz’s website, the documentary will examine the “unique, ancient, and enduring Jewish history” of the man who became the Messiah in the Bible, and how his story is being “reimagined in a modern context.”
The documentary will feature interviews with a variety of Jewish scholars, including Rabbi Meir Kahane, author of the bestseller The Messiah: His Life, His Words and His Rise.
In addition, Marantz will also have interviews with former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, former President Shimon Peres and Rabbi Meyrav Wurmser, the founder of the Jewish Movement for the Restoration of the Divine Torah.
In a statement, Maranz said the documentary aims to “bring to light the multifaceted, complex, and multifacetional story of the founder, the Messiah.”
It’s been “long past time for a film about the Messiah,” Marantz said.
“We are very excited to be bringing this story to life for the first time in a way that respects the Jewish and the non-Jewish heritage that the film’s subject has lived and experienced, and that is both deeply relevant and simultaneously provocative.”
Marantz said the film will examine “how the Messiah was born, what made him what he was, what motivated him and what shaped his personality.”
The Messiah, whose name is spelled with a double “T,” was born in 786 CE in the town of Dan in northern Israel.
He was the son of the ruler of the region, Joseph, and the matriarch of a small Jewish family.
According, the film, which will be available on YouTube, will examine what motivated the man to become a Messiah and the ways in which he was able to accomplish this task.
“For many centuries, Judaism’s founding fathers and founders saw themselves as the true sons of God and the chosen ones, the ‘messiahs of the people,’ the chosen of God,” Marazot said.
“They envisioned the Messiah as the Messiah to usher in a new age of peace and harmony.
The Messiah had a prophetic vision of a new Israel and the new era of Israel.
It was a vision that resonated with the people and was also seen as the fulfillment of their most holy aspirations.”
The film will also examine the origins of the notion of a “Jewish Messiah,” and the various ways in and out of Jewish tradition that the Messiah came to be.
Marantz says the film explores the origins and development of the concept of the “Jewish Messiah” in order to better understand what it is that we are witnessing today.
“In the film we will be asking the question: what is the ‘Jewish Messiah’?,” Marzants stated.
“What was it that this person stood for?
And what is his purpose in the world?
What do we have to learn from him and his journey to fulfil the promises of God?”
The Messiah: Rise and Fulfillment is scheduled to be released on Feb. 14.