The Israeli Film Service Collection

In Jerusalem

31 Minutes, 1963
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A short documentary produced by Merkaz Hahasbara (the Israeli Film Service) and the World Zionist Organization.
In this award winning and poetical work, director David Perlov depicts the divided Jerusalem and its inhabitants. Among other neighborhoods, cinematographer Adam Greenberg’s camera captures the borderline quarter Yemin Moshe as well as Givat Ram, in which new government buildings and the Israel Museum are being built. The film includes interviews with translator Aza Zvi, poet Zelda, and Zionist activist Murray Rosenberg.


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