“Jerusalem” — Coming Soon to a Theater Near You (hopefully)

Here’s an update to a previous post of mine a couple of years ago. The “Jerusalem” IMAX/3D movie, now under the National Geographic banner, is slated for initial release in September 2013, to be shown in museums, science centers and similar venues with the facilities to do it justice.

I have not seen the entire film, but the trailers feature some of the most striking footage of this land I’ve ever encountered. (Another National Geographic video offering on Jerusalem, from several years ago now, is “Within These Walls” — well worth getting ahold of.)

Here’s a link to the official web-site, which adds a new (but shorter) official trailer:


Jerusalem Movie trailer

Here are the locations where you can see the movie in the coming months (but check the above site for updates)

Theater Name City Release Date
Museum of Science
Boston, MA
September, 2013
Discovery Place
Charlotte, NC
September, 2013
IMAX® Theater at the Palisades
West Nyack, NY
September, 2013
Cradle of Aviation
Garden City, NY
September, 2013
Pacific Science Center
Seattle, WA
September, 2013
St. Louis Science Center
St. Louis, MO
October, 2013
Science Spectrum
Lubbock, TX
October, 2013
Houston Museum of Natural Science
Houston, TX
October, 2013
Hastings Museum
Hastings, NE
November, 2013
Putnam Museum
Davenport, IA
November, 2013
BFI IMAX® Cinema
London, UK
January, 2014
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One Response to “Jerusalem” — Coming Soon to a Theater Near You (hopefully)

  1. carolecohen says:

    It’s already an obsession – I’ve watched the trailer three times. Not yet scheduled for our IMAX in CLE already tweeted the Sci Center to see what they can do. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Aerials !

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