The Life of the Jews of Palestine

An extraordinary look at the pioneers of the First and Second Aliyah in Palestine. The film was screened with much success in Europe on the eve of the First World War, but then disappeared without a trace. In 1997, a lone negative was miraculously discovered in a vault in France. In honor of the centenary celebration of the film’s production, the Israel Film Archive- Jerusalem Cinematheque has produced a new digital restored copy.

Year:
1913
Length:
78 minutes
Country:
Director:
Noah Sokolovsky

Shown at

  1. Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival - 2014

2 Responses

  1. Maria says:

    Do you have any information about the subsequent fate of a movie director, Noah Sokolovsky? Any suggestions on how to find out? Thank you!

    • jewishfilmfests says:

      I searched for about 20 minutes and didn’t manage to find out anything. Sorry have no more ideas; I am curious too.

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