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It~IITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, NOVEMBER 21, 2003 PAGE 11 I[ I [H I I I I I I agr~ i Cary Isaacson, a local video ay~ ~trepreneur, has made an in- I thcq kind donation to the, Jewish ~uldl4 ~On~munity Center s third ; to-d~ Annual Teen Film Festival, of s th~ ,30 bVD-ROMs of stock video i| Iootage created by his com- ome~ LP~y"WorldClips~'. Each DVD onta~ ~ pre-shot video inserts of mo [ eoftheworld's most beau- ,nti,land exotic locales, includ- .] h~ Haul and Oahu in Hawaii, t Lucia and St. Maarten in -"7 the Caribbean, The Canadian ROckies, and the wilds of Aus- i| ~iia. Also included in the !i Collection is stock footagt~ of l ~Ol~e of our greatest ci "es: e Ma4 ~ London, San Francisco, .~ ~ew Orleans and New York. at ~ ~eral of the DVD's provide lUnV~J ~'~es of cars, planes, ani- ~h[~ ~, landscapes, etc. 1 ~ The retail worth of this gen- GARY ISAACSON erous gift will far be out- weighed by the artistic value to which these video images can be put. Any Orange or Seminole County high school videographer who enters the Festival will be able to borrow and download free video foot- age for use in their Film Festi- val entries. By splicing in scenes from a WorldClips video with locally shot interiors, the whole world literally becomes available to the student/direc- tor. Imagine being able to make a film that can take place in Paris, without having to actually go there[ Teen Film Festival pro- ducer, Adam Ben-Evi, is ex- cited about the possibilities, "The WorldClips video collec- tion allows film-makers to think outside the box. For in- stance, one of our categories is "Music Video". With the video inserts, someone could make a film that travels musi- ~Drlventvers restock the shelves after the JFS High Holiday ~?n behalf of all the hun- ]~Y People we serve, our :. ~rtfelt thanks to members at ~TetnPle Israel, Congrega- 0r oung *; ormor inn! :i - Chapter of Young Judea; has recently been ,~Olished by Eleanor th vitz, Emilia Halikmen 8at Amar. Their first for- -: i~t~nttookplacethisTues ~, 4 in the courtyard of of ---.loeaust Memorial Re- . arti e and Education Center. a memorial for former Minister Itzhak Rabin ~li~ murdered by a fellow ,n~ ~t the age of 73. ex- ely heart warming. $1~'~ Rabin's death is ,a, sub- tt~~t touches many, said ~ho organized the read- ,T~r the ceremony. "This rd ~"~1~ Tel Aviv more than . J~0 Israelis came out for :O~2 rial in Rabin Square. :t . rtant for this com- hold, memorials ~this one, says Emilia he ~sl. "Young Judea will .~st to bring programs id ~rlts such as this one to ith the other youth !i 'i'iii' excerpts of Rabin's :ilL. TM at the signing of.the #h :~reement with Jordan; ~e Prager and Adam / ~reading passages out tion of Liberal Judaism, Con- gregation Ohev Shalom and Congregation Beth Am for a job well done," said Ad rienne Gordon, emergency services coordinator. Gordon and the board and staff of Jewish Family Ser- vices want to thank all the rabbis and their committed congregants for donations of food and dollars given to the Pearlman Pantry. Gordon estimates that JFS will be able to provide about 2000 meals as a result of the food drive. The collected foodand do- nations are all but a memory now. The shelves at the Pearlman Pantry stayed full for a week. Demand for food has risen over 70 percent compared to last year. JFS purchases food from Second Harvest Food Bank to photo by Rinat Halon DAN LUDIN, MILIA HALIKMAN and BAR AMAR reading excerpts from Rabin's speeches. of his acceptance speech for Lecha" "To Cry To You." 1 will the Nobel Peace Prize; Chaya cry for you, be strong up Halikman reading his last there " words, in a speech he made at "This chapter of Young an event for peace before he Judeahasthepotentialtocon- was shot; Emilia Halikman, tributeagreatdealtothiscom- readingalettertoltzhakRabin munity. Kids of all ages are after his assassination from a dealing with issues in and out girl by the name of Bat Chen, of school pertaining to being a 14-year-old girl later killed Jewish. They want to speak up in Israel by terrorists, and on behalf of Israel and their Amar readingthe letter Rabin's Jewish identity but don't know granddaughter wrote to him how.Our hopesarethatYoung and read at his funeral. It was Judea will better equip them also amazing to hear the 30 or with the right tools needed to more community members express their pride not only in attending the event singing being Jewish but also in being together, strong supporters of Israel," Moshe Levy played the key- explains Bar. Their next event board as Oren Linder and will take place on Dec. 4 at the Admon Jaffe sang two beauti- JCC. ful commemorative songs fol- For more details contact Bar lowed by Eli Greenberg play- Amar at 407-682-7251 or e- ing guitar and singing"Livkot mail herat Baryjyab@aol.com, cally around the globe - with- out ever leaving the studio. It's like clip-art for the cam- era." For the past few weeks, Ben- Evi and his partners, Jonathan Clapp and Valensky Syivain have been visiting area high schools, circulating informa- tion about the JCC's Teen Film Festival. The entrants have about four months to make their videos for the festival and many of the high school video production teachers are ac- tively encouraging their stu- dents to produce films for in- clusion. A panel of judges will award cash prizes at a March 2004 ceremony at the Jewish Com- munity Center for the bestfilms in each of four categories: Documentary Short, Public supplement food donations. JFS is spending between $600 - $800 per week at Sec- ond Harvest Food Bank com- pared to approximately $400 - $600 spent last year at this time. Jewish Family Services is always appreciative of food donations as well as gift cer- tificates to AIbertsons, Winn Dixie, and Publix, or cash donations earmarked for the Pearlman Pantry. Another way to support the pantry is by using Centerpieces for Tzedakah for bat/bar mitzvahs, and other signifi- cant events. Call JFS at 407- 644-7593, ext. 241 for addi- tional information. Service Announcement, Mu- 5933, ext. 314. 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