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Nefesh B'Nefesh offers cash prize for best short video promoting aliyah

I’m not into NBN, but I am into my friends getting paid to be creative. So…

Capture Israel on Video and Win Up To $3,000
In the Nefesh B’Nefesh ‘Israel in a Minute’ Contest
First prize of $3,000 for best 1-2 minute video showing the unique and inspirational side of living in Israel
Nefesh B’Nefesh is launching the ‘Israel in a Minute’ contest for people residing in Israel, to create a one to two minute inspiring video in English, which captures the unique side of living in Israel. Submissions can be inspiring, emotional and even humorous. Finalists’ videos will be featured on Nefesh B’Nefesh’s website, and screened coast-to-coast in special events throughout the USA. The videos will also be used for viral marketing campaigns which will be viewed by thousands of people around the world.
Contestants have until October 8, 2007 at 5:00pm to submit their video in DVD or mini-DV tape format. Submissions will be judged by a panel of media professionals, based on aesthetic presentation, creativity, design, and audience appeal. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, 31 October, 2007. First prize will be $3,000 and second prize will be $1,000.
To enter visit
For more information call (02) 569-5509.
About Nefesh B’Nefesh
Founded in 2002, Nefesh B’Nefesh is an organization dedicated to revitalizing Aliyah from North America, Canada and the UK by removing or minimizing the financial, professional, logistical and social obstacles of Aliyah. For more information, please visit

5 thoughts on “Nefesh B'Nefesh offers cash prize for best short video promoting aliyah

  1. more attempts to drain the Jewish world of its brains and creativity and flush them down the toilet. thank God there’s still Germany 😉

  2. what the fuck??
    i don’t want more of you coming there, we have enough people, esspeically young racist scumbags who came to fulfill their life dream of being the arrogant bully goy in class.
    there is nothing to support aliya for, realy, not even for a free trip.
    here are some short videos that might help you with the video :

  3. looks interesting, but I can’t understand a word of it. just a lot of “ch ch ch” and “rr rr rr.” if I move to another country it’ll be one where they speak English. or at least Yiddish or something.

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