Batya Sela, who is featured in the film, with her family.
(photo credit: DAVID KIERN)
If you get weepy watching Nefesh b’Nefesh videos, international documentarian David Kiern’s new film I Am Israel will also move you. Profiling six Israelis who represent different geographical regions and different themes of Israel’s rebirth, the film was created to allow Christian audiences worldwide to “meet the people who call this place home.”I Am Israel (running time 35 minutes) serves as a reminder of the miracle of the Jewish people returning home after 2,000 years. With his trademark resounding voice, the film’s narrator, Welsh actor John Rhys-Davies, intones, “We are living in the time spoken about long ago… time that this nation would be reborn.”