The Israeli Film Service Collection

The National Water Carrier

18 Minutes, 1964
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Directed by: David Perlov
Production:Igal Efrati
Production Company:Israeli Film Service
Photographer: Adam Greenberg, David Gurfinkel, Yehiel Neeman, Emil Knebel, Nissim (Nicho) Leon, Amnon Salomon
Languages: Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, French, English
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A film produced by the Hasbarah Center in collaboration with Mekorot, Israel’s national water company. Two million work days, of engineers, contractors and of course laborers, allowed the completion of the first part of Israel’s National Water Carrier, an ambitious aquaduct carrying water from the sea of Galilee to population centers and arid regions. The film outlines challenges that faces the builders of the aqueduct: the paving of canals, the creation of a dramatic siphon, allowing the water to cross the Canyon of Nahal Ammoud, the creation of a reservoir at Nahal Tzalmon, etc.

Genre:
Documentary

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