The Strength to Tell

Created by
Noam Demsky, Ma'aleh Film School
location
ירושלים, Israel (ישראל)
Category
Film & Video
Funders
22

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$11,096

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    You will receive a link to view a movie from the Ma'aleh collection of films

  2. Viewing Enthusiast

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  3. Key Grip

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    You will receive a link to download (and own forever) a movie from the Ma'aleh collection of films

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    You will receive a link to view The Strength to Tell and a link to download (and own forever) a movie from the Ma'aleh collection of films

  5. Property Master

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  6. Art Director

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    You will receive a DVD of The Strength to Tell signed by the director and a Ma'aleh t-shirt

  7. Production Designer

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  8. Honorary Producer

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    You will receive named credit and DVD of The Strength to Tell signed by the director, a collection of Ma'aleh's award-winning films and a Ma'aleh t-shirt

  9. Honorary Director

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    You and up to 50 of your guests will be entitled to a private screening and meeting with the director of The Strength to Tell at Ma'aleh and all the gifts for Honorary Producers

I see myself as a journalist, filmmaker and social anthropologist. My documentaries have focused on a world many make judgments about, but few actually know. The critically acclaimed series, "The Yeshiva," followed a senior class in a religious high school as the boys reach a crossroad and must decide whether to stay religious or become secular. Earlier films about Israel include:the 12-part series, “Street Corners”;“The Pioneers of the Etzion Bloc”,about the 1947-48 struggle to build the state of Israel (using archival materials and interviews with pioneers; “Uman – The Story of a Journey”,about a spiritual quest; and “To Return Home”,about an American family’s aliyah, move to Israel.