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16 April 2006 (Canada) See more »
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Using 'investigative archaeology' Simcha Jacobovici and his team release never before seen evidence that support the Biblical tale. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 
Uzi Avner ... Himself
Manfred Bietak ... Himself
John Bimson ... Himself

James Cameron ... Narrator
Philip Davies ... Himself
William G. Dever ... Himself
Christos Doumas ... Himself (as Prof. Christos Doumas)
David Faiman ... Himself
Catherine Hickson ... Herself
James Hoffmeier ... Himself
Simcha Jacobovici ... Himself / Host
George Kling ... Himself
Amos Nur ... Himself
Charles Pellegrino ... Himself
Donald Redford ... Himself (as Dr. Donald Redford)
Chaim Sacknovitz
Jean-Daniel Stanley ... Himself
Keith W. Whitelam ... Himself
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Directed by
Simcha Jacobovici 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Simcha Jacobovici  writer

Produced by
James Cameron .... executive producer
Felix Golubev .... producer
Simcha Jacobovici .... producer
Susan Werbe .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
John Welsman 
 
Cinematography by
Damir I. Chytil 
Richard Fox 
 
Film Editing by
Graeme Ball 
Ian Morehead (uncredited)
 
Art Direction by
Hili Tsarfati 
 
Production Management
Tara Jan .... production manager
Greta Knutzen .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Matthew Chan .... re-recording mixer
Stefan Fraticelli .... foley artist
Rob Hutchins .... assistant dialogue editor
Rob Hutchins .... assistant sound editor
Rob Hutchins .... assistant sound effects editor
Daniel Pellerin .... re-recording mixer
Daniel Pellerin .... sound editor
Geoff Raffan .... adr editor
Geoff Raffan .... adr recordist
Geoff Raffan .... conform editor
Geoff Raffan .... dialogue editor
Bob Salter .... sound recordist
Brian Schwarz .... sound designer
Brian Schwarz .... sound effects editor
Richard Spence-Thomas .... sound re-recording mixer
James Mark Stewart .... sound designer
Adrian Tucker .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Aderonke Akande .... production manager
Noah Conti .... digital effects artist
Aliza Craimer .... research
Andy Deygoo .... digital effects artist
John Dowding .... online editor
Zviah Eldar .... digital effects artist
Zviah Eldar .... visual effects producer
Farhad Hosseinpouri .... digital effects artist
Yuval Levy .... digital animation director
Yuval Levy .... digital effects artist
Daniel Lowenberg .... digital effects artist
Doron Man .... senior flame artist
Dave McGhie .... digital compositor
Alex Olegnowicz .... online editor
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Laura Montgomery .... wardrobe stylist
 
Music Department
Brian Nevin .... music scoring mixer
 
Other crew
Nicole Austin .... production coordinator
Aliza Craimer .... script coordinator
Elizabeth Klinck .... visual researcher
Emily MacDowell .... programming coordinator
Ron Pappin .... director of research
Daniel Pellerin .... music/sound design
 

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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)See more »

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Debarcle at the Tabernacle, 16 March 2012
Author: potolicamber

The Documentary was quite interesting and the ideas put forward were well constructed and both sides of the argument were in part considered. I think one should note early in the work Simcha Jacobovici refers to archaeological proof to back up the claim to Israel, and much is mentioned of divine intervention in the stories of the Israelite's escape from Egypt chased by Egyptian soldiers, perhaps they just wanted their gold back? It was well constructed with many Jewish Prof's and Academics to back up the pro Jewish ideals and stories being offered. He also mentions the Egyptians are restricting excavation of certain areas he feels to prevent evidence of Israelite's being found, thus proving their claim beyond doubt, sorry Palestine! I also found the site of Dr Chris Heard, "Higgaion" as mentioned by another review an interesting counter if one wants to consider both sides? The baby in the basket, The Parting of the red sea, Moses meeting God on the mountain and giving his sermon, David and Goliath one has to start to wonder if any of it is true, sadly one cannot just believe what is served up to them any longer. One must verify these potential attempts to corrupt your data and insult your intelligence by finding your own truths, seek and ye shall find! Beware the seen and unseen agenda, watch out for deception in plain sight and never be afraid to question that which you know is wrong.

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