A French-American exit movie of the biblical story of the Jewish people’s exit from Egypt is set to be screened on Friday at the University of Florida.
The film, titled “The Exit,” is part of a program by the University’s Film Institute that is exploring what happens when a people leave a place to live, work, worship and play.
According to the university’s website, the program is “aimed at exploring the history of migration and exit and the cultural and religious experiences of the departing people.”
“The Exit” tells the story of Exodus, the story that began with the arrival of the Israelites from Egypt in the Exodus from Egypt, when the Hebrews, who had left their native land, arrived in Canaan, then in the territory of Israel.
It is also known as the Hebrew exodus.
According the university, the film is one of many films that will be screened during the academic year at the university.
The university said that the program will “challenge audiences to ask questions about their own experience with migration, exit, and its legacy.”
The exit movie was produced by French producer Pascal Coudray, who has been working on the film since January, the university said.
He said the film will include the voices of Egyptian, Israeli and Egyptian-speaking actors.
The exit film will be shown at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s annual gathering in Washington, D.C. The event will be led by Jewish groups, including the American Jewish Committee.
The movie has already been screened in France, where it was screened at the École des Hautes Études de Cinema and Cinema Françaises, the Paris Jewish Council, the National Council of Jewish Women and the Association for Jewish Student Activities.
The event has drawn criticism from some French Jewish groups for being a thinly veiled endorsement of Israel and its policies toward the Palestinians, which are not supported by the French government.