'Jerusalem' IMAX Movie By National Geographic Is Just Stunning (exclusive photos) (video) - Huffington Post: September 17, 2013
Jerusalem is one of the world's most important cities, held sacred by three religious traditions, and it's now possible to virtually visit its holy places in an unprecedented way thanks to the vision and daring of the team behind Jerusalem, a new giant screen film presented by National Geographic Entertainment. Producers Taran Davies, George Duffield, and Daniel Ferguson faced huge challenges to gain access to sacred spaces as well as the airspace above the holy city, which is usually a no-fly zone. They stated in a press release, "Our goal is to look at the roots of the universal attachment to Jerusalem: Jewish, Christian and Muslim. We hope the juxtaposition of these different religions and cultures -- all with profound spiritual and historical connections to the city -- will reveal how much Jews, Christians and Muslims have in common and inspire all of us to better understand each other." But how to tell the story of Jerusalem without just focusing on politics? Enter three teenage girls from each faith: Farah Ammouri, a Muslim, Nadia Tadros, from a Greek Orthodox and Catholic family, and Revital Zacharie, a Jew.
Pela beleza das fotos, vale a visita.