SPECIAL SCREENINGS through April 27, 2014

Sun 5pm
Fri 7pm 

Run time: 43 min

Discover the heart of the world.

Jerusalem: sacred to half the people on earth; fought over more than any other place in history; conquered and destroyed, rebuilt and reinvented repeatedly over 5,000 years. Now, for the first-time ever, a new giant screen film adventure immerses audiences in a spectacular cinematic journey—soaring high above the Holy Land and plunging deep into the vibrant Old City—so they can experience the iconic sites cherished by billions as never before.

Jerusalem is a captivating new film that explores the intersection of science, history and religion in this enigmatic city. Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch ("Star Trek into the Darkness," PBS's "Sherlock"), Jerusalem gives audiences a rare glimpse of the ancient, storied city, as well as exclusive access to iconic holy sites and little-known parts of the region—including the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock, the Jordan River, the Sea of Galilee, and the mountain fortress of Masada. Filmmakers were granted special permission in the region’s strict no-fly zone, enabling them to capture the first-ever large format aerial images of the Old City and throughout the Holy Land.

Audiences will discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to three major religions through the stories of Jewish, Christian and Muslim families who call Jerusalem home. They will also join renowned archaeologist, Dr. Jodi Magness, as she travels underground to solve some of this city’s greatest mysteries. Find out why, after thousands of years, Jerusalem and the Holy Land continue to stir the imagination of billions of people.

Read what critics are saying about Jerusalem

See artifacts from religions around the world in the permanent exhibition Reflections of Culture.

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Dates and times subject to change without notice.

*Fernbank’s presentation of Jerusalem is 2D.