Paramount+ To Premiere ‘We Will Dance Again’, A Documentary About The October 7th Terror Attack At The Nova Music Festival

Paramount+ announced today that it will launch the worldwide premiere of We Will Dance Again, a shocking documentary about the October 7th Hamas terror attack on the Nova Music Festival that left more than 400 dead and dozens kidnapped. The See It Now Studios Original Documentary will launch on Paramount+ exclusively in the U.S. this fall.

The Nova Music Festival was supposed to be a celebration of life, love, and music for thousands of young people but became one of the first targets when Hamas launched the deadliest terror attack in Israel’s history. We Will Dance Again is told through the eyes of more than a dozen survivors, many of whom videotaped their experiences as the massacre unfolded. The film weaves together eyewitness accounts from over a dozen survivors, along with footage captured by both the victims and Hamas.

“The human cost of what happened on October 7th in Israel, and the war in Gaza, has been catastrophic. We can’t tell everyone’s story. This film is about innocent young people, forced to fight for their survival,” says Susan Zirinsky, president of See It Now Studios. “It is a painful story of unfathomable tragedy, and also of bravery, sacrifice and heroism.”

We Will Dance Again is directed by Yariv Mozer. His award-winning credits include The Devil’s Confession: The Lost Eichmann Tapes and Ben Gurion: Epilogue, My First War.

We Will Dance Again is a co-production of Susan Zirinsky’s See It Now Studios with SIPUR and factual producer Bitachon 365, in collaboration with MGM Television, a division of Amazon MGM Studios, and HSCC. Other co-producers include BBC Storyville, which will broadcast the documentary in the UK, and Hot Channel 8, which will air it in Israel.

Executive producers include Sheldon Lazarus, Ben Winston, Leo Pearlman, Ben Turner, and Gabe Turner for Bitachon 365; Emilio Schenker, Michael Peter Schmidt and Gideon Tadmor for SIPUR; Dari Shay, Rinat Klein, Haim Slutsky and Dorit Hessel for HSCC; Lucie Kon for BBC Storyville; Arturo Interian; and Susan Zirinsky and Terence Wrong for See It Now Studios.