I am very humbled to share this emotional video we produced to promote and fundraise for the upcoming “Art of Motherhood” exhibtion as part of the 2nd Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art which opens this Sukkot (Sept.24-Nov.5 2015).
All our creative mothers out there will truly relate to trying to find the right balance between the home and their artistic drive.
Click here to visit their Indiegogo page and support this wonderful and important exhibition.
This was one of the best evenings Café Avra Productions has ever filmed and edited. The Interfaith Center for Sustainable Development hosted a poetry slam with Jewish and Muslim young artists from both Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Very deep and important content here. Highly recommended to watch if you have an hour or so. Prepare to be inspired…
Link to Video: youtu.be/nIKQWxIjqRk
Café Avra Productions is really pleased to have been able to make this video for Friends by Nature’s Summer Camp Campaign.
This is such an important initiative to give these wonderful kids an inspiring summer.
After the recent protests around Israel from this community, we hope more people are aware of the need to support such programs.
Please click on the image below to be transferred to the Indiegogo page and to see the video.
We are excited to announce that our film “Alternative Jerusalem Day” will be exhibited at the Jewish Museum Hohenems in Austria from May 10, 2015-Feb 14, 2016.
The exhibition is about the “controversial” light rail train in Jerusalem..as they call “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
“For the past three years, a controversial streetcar has been connecting Jerusalem’s west with Jewish settlements in the city’s Palestinian eastern part. This public means of transport is a place of encounter between inhabitants, whether Israeli or Palestinian, pilgrims and tourists, religious and secular people. The Jewish Museum Hohenems takes its visitors on a journey through the city that is considered holy by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. A city, people from all over the world claim for themselves. A city, in which all conflicts of the past and present have their place.”
If anyone is passing through Austria, please stop by….
Hi Fans and Followers,
It has been a beautiful last year with many video clips that I didn’t get to share…for a good reason. B’h our son Ovadia Shalom was born this past January, 30 2014 so I had a few weeks off the editing software:)
Here are some clips from the recent year that you might enjoy at your leisure:
The Promotional Clip for the First Jerusalem Biennale for Contemporary Jewish Art!
Jerusalem of Snow! A foot of snow hits unprepared Jerusalem…and of course United Hatzalah was to the rescue!
Jowin Silantoi’s Journey from Kenya to Israel for life-saving heart surgery thanks to Save a Child’s Heart
*There are so many more clips I would love to share, but as per my clients request they need to remain private.
Hope to share some more clips in the upcoming months.
Shabbat Shalom to all.
I would like to share with you a special clip I have subtitled from Arabic to English.
I have worked with Eli Beer-President of United Hatzalah and Murad Alyan-Coordinator of the East Jerusalem team for almost two years and I truly appreciate their sincere cooperation to saving lives in Israel, with no political agenda, that sincerely creates peace between Jews and Arabs in Israel.
Victor J. Goldberg, a former IBM executive, awarded Eli and Murad from United Hatzalah of Israel a “Middle East Peace Prize” this past Monday evening, in which I was lucky enough to share in the “simcha”.
Around 3-4 years ago, not without controversy, Eli and Murad decided to open up a branch of United Hatzalah in East Jerusalem which currently has 100, fully-equipped volunteers throughout the neighborhoods. Many of them are located in the Old City of Jerusalem, in which they respond by foot to calls, not only in the Muslim Quarter, but in the Christian and Jewish quarters as well.
There are too many stories to mention in which Jewish volunteers provide life-saving medical care to Arabs and Arab volunteers provide life-saving medical care to Jews (sometimes very prominent Rabbis!).
I congratulate Eli and Murad on their non-political efforts in truly bringing peace into this region. I wish them all the success as they expand their teams of Arab volunteers into Kfar Qasim in the north of Israel, as well as other villages.
Please do be in contact if you are visiting Israel and would like to visit the United Hatzalah headquarters in Jerusalem to see the volunteers in action.