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Footsteps in Jerusalem

Footsteps in Jerusalem is a tribute to David Perlov and to his 1963 revolutionary film “In Jerusalem”, made a few years before the ‘67 War.
The film, which won the bronze medal at the Venice Film Festival in 1963, was produced at a time when Jerusalem was divided between Jordan and Israel by “no-man’s land” and sniper fire.
In Jerusalem offered a change from the “Zionist” patriotic, propagandist and outdated cinema to a cinema that is personal-artistic. It paved the way for dozens of documentary filmmakers and for the success and recognition Israeli documentary cinema receives worldwide today.

Festivals and Awards:

Selected as one of the 10 most innovative and influencing films screened at the MOMA, New York, USA, 2013; Ludwig Museum, Keln, Germany, 2013; the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2013; the Munich Film Museum, Germany, 2013; The Shanghai Film Museum, 2013

Director: David Perlov, Dan Geva, David Ofek, Nadav Lapid, Benjamin Freidenberg, Moran Ifergan, Yarden Karmin, Amichai Chasson and Elad Schwartz, Boaz Frankel and Yair Agmon, Nayef Hammoud and Yotam Kislev

Producer: Renen Schorr, Rami Shemesh, Ariel Richter

Production Company: The Sam Spiegel Film & TV School, Jerusalem

Editor: Neta Dvorkis

Original Soundtrack: Rafi Kadishzon

Script: The New Fund for Cinema and Television, S.H Channel 8, The Beracha Foundation, The Jerusalem Municipality, The Jerusalem Development Authority, The Jerusalem Foundation

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films Ltd.

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: עקבות בירושלים

Footsteps in Jerusalem is a tribute to David Perlov and to his 1963 revolutionary film “In Jerusalem”, made a few years before the ‘67 War.
The film, which won the bronze medal at the Venice Film Festival in 1963, was produced at a time when Jerusalem was divided between Jordan and Israel by “no-man’s land” and sniper fire.
In Jerusalem offered a change from the “Zionist” patriotic, propagandist and outdated cinema to a cinema that is personal-artistic. It paved the way for dozens of documentary filmmakers and for the success and recognition Israeli documentary cinema receives worldwide today.

Festivals and Awards:

Selected as one of the 10 most innovative and influencing films screened at the MOMA, New York, USA, 2013; Ludwig Museum, Keln, Germany, 2013; the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 2013; the Munich Film Museum, Germany, 2013; The Shanghai Film Museum, 2013

Director: David Perlov, Dan Geva, David Ofek, Nadav Lapid, Benjamin Freidenberg, Moran Ifergan, Yarden Karmin, Amichai Chasson and Elad Schwartz, Boaz Frankel and Yair Agmon, Nayef Hammoud and Yotam Kislev

Producer: Renen Schorr, Rami Shemesh, Ariel Richter

Production Company: The Sam Spiegel Film & TV School, Jerusalem

Editor: Neta Dvorkis

Original Soundtrack: Rafi Kadishzon

Script: The New Fund for Cinema and Television, S.H Channel 8, The Beracha Foundation, The Jerusalem Municipality, The Jerusalem Development Authority, The Jerusalem Foundation

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films Ltd.

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: עקבות בירושלים

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