Children of Jerusalem</em></strong> (1991–1996) is a collection of seven films by multi-award-winning filmmaker Beverly Shaffer. The series offers portraits of life in Jerusalem as experienced by seven children from diverse social, cultural and religious backgrounds.
This short documentary follows 10-year-old Tamar, a resident of Jerusalem, as she recounts the experiences of her daily life in Israel. She practices her baritone tuba and attends school, the local market, and a religious youth camp. She welcomes cousins who have emigrated from Russia, and expresses her desire for peace between Jews and Arabs.
Âge 10 à 14 ans
Santé/Formation personnelle - Croissance et développement humain
Santé/Formation personnelle - Identité
Économie domestique/Étude de la famille - Développement chez l'enfant
Éthique et culture religieuse - Diversité/Héritage religieux