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  • Film, Video

    James' journey to Jerusalam Catalog Record Only

    In the imaginary village of Entshongweni, very far from western civilization, the young James is chosen to undertake a mission--a pilgrimage to Holy Jerusalem. But Israel is no longer the Holy Land that James and his people imagined. At the airport, James is suspected of trying to infiltrate the country in order to work illegally. He is jailed and destined for deportation. Inside the ...

    • Date: 2003
  • Film, Video

    20 ha-seraṭim ha-nivḥarim 1991-2011 / Catalog Record Only

    "The 20 Best Shorts DVD is the flagship project marking the Sam Spiegel School's 20th anniversary [in 2009. An international jury convened to select the school's 20 best shorts.] Their final decision resulted in the selection of the leading 21 films (as the last two came in as a tie)."--Booklet.

    • Date: 2011
  • Film, Video

    Hisṭoryah shel ha-kolnoaʻ ha-Yisreʼeli a history of Israeli cinema / Catalog Record Only

    Weaves together clips from more than 70 years of Israeli film with commentary from filmmakers, scholars, and critics.

    • Date: 2010
  • Film, Video

    ha-Fanṭazyah ha-gedolah shel Simiḳo ha-Ḳaṭan Catalog Record Only

    The movie begins by introducing Simiko, a ratty-looking little fellow with an angelic fiancée. He is obsessed with the idea of making a movie. Unfortunately, although Tzion Baruch played the part well enough to earn an award nomination-- looking woebegone or manic as the vicissitudes come and go-- we never see any reason that Simiko would land an angelic fiancée or be so eager ...

    • Contributor: Barukh, Tsion - Gavriel, Uri - Kuriʼaṭ, Shlomi - Lubetzki, Arik - Sheipshteyin, Mikaʼel. - Ederi, Mosheh - Ederi, Leʼon. - United King Films (firm) - Israel and Judaica Section Video Collection (library of Congress)
    • Date: 2012
  • Film, Video

    Till we have built Jerusalem Yesh melekh bi-Yerushalayim / Catalog Record Only

    "A story of the birth of the new Jerusalem, an ancient oriental city which has rare footage of the City of Peace from the early twentieth century on. The scenes are touching, tender, terrible, but also unexpectedly intimate, the way home movies are. This is due to the primitive camera technology which renders major historical figures in a slightly jerky, amateur manner. This film ...

    • Date: 2007