Sunday, August 21, 2011

"How should we approach Jerusalem . . ."

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Here is just the thing if you, like me, are in need of some uplifting of spirit right now.
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Click here, click full screen, and treat yourself to 7 minutes of inspiring aerial video of Jerusalem and Israel.
It is a foretaste of the movie JERUSALEM, which will be released worldwide to IMAX® and Giant Screen cinemas in 2013.

At the same website of the producers, Arcane/Cosmic Picture, you can download their newsletter in PDF and see stunning photos and great information.
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Enjoy!
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UPDATE: Lots more details about the movie have just been published in the Jerusalem Post.
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10 comments:

Sara at Come Away With Me said...

Wow, that is exciting...I'm eagerly awaiting 2013 so I can see this! Have you seen "Visions of Israel" the PBS production narrated by Itzhak Perlman?

Dina said...

Sara, no, I've not seen "Visions of Israel."

Spiderdama said...

Oh, wow! Thanks for this uplifting post and beautiful video. I have to get on top of Masada next time:-)
Wish you a blessed week Dina.

ben wideman said...

Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Israel/Palestine. I hope we one day live in a world where none of this violence takes place.

Patsy said...

Thank you for the post, I enjoyed the film very much.

Kay said...

Oh Woooow! Art saw me watching this and came over to look. We were in awe! What an amazing movie!

Fran said...

What a remarkable film!

I am happy to have come upon your blog via Crystal at Perspective.

Jerusalem - my heart. I have been there twice. While I have journeyed to many remarkable places, the one I long to return to is that city. I will be putting your blog in my reader so that I can make this trip online every day.

Shalom!

Birdman said...

What a treat today! Thank you so much for video site.

VP said...

Impressive and full of memories, the contrast between Masada and the desert and the crowded Old City is striking. I'll keep an eye on this film!

Dina said...

Shalom friends. Glad you enjoyed flying over this beautiful country.

Fran, welcome!