“Google Exodus” Selected for Jewish Film Festivals
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“Google Exodus” Selected for Jewish Film Festivals

by Rabbi Shraga Simmons; Feb 22, 2012 at 11:33:10 PM

This week, Aish.com's viral-smash film, "Google Exodus," was featured at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF), a 22-day cinematic exploration that uses the power of film to entertain and educate.

Produced in the Spring of 2011, “Google Exodus” became an instant hit in three languages (English, Hebrew, Spanish) and was viewed online over 3 million times, along with an appearance on NBC’s Today Show.

The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, which continues through February 29, 2012, is the second largest Jewish film festival in the United States.

“Google Exodus” has also been selected for the Robinson International Short Film Competition, as part of the 19th annual Pittsburgh Jewish Film Festival. The winning films will be screened on May 1, 2012.

Speaking of Aish.com films, our "Rosh Hashanah Rock Anthem" has been nominated for best short film at the annual Urban Film Festival in Paris, May 12-13, 2012.

What’s next for Aish.com? A cool animated version of the Purim story, and a rockin’ out-of-the-box version of the Passover story. Stay tuned!

Published: February 22, 2012


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