The Sea of Galilee, also known as the Kinneret, is famous for its biblical and historical significance as well as its beauty. Located in northeast Israel, the freshwater lake is home to many distinctive fauna and flora species, including the native swamp cat. Filmed over twenty years, director Moshe Alpert's film gives viewers an intimate look inside this unique ecosystem and is a must-see for fans of David Attenborough and National Geographic.
"Dazzling and astonishing! The picture Alpert paints of (the Sea of Galilee) is fresh and original and infused with wonder and vitality." - Sheldon Kirshner, The Times of Israel
"Fantastic! Alpert's love for the creatures and for the Sea of Galilee shines through in every frame." - Hannah Brown, The Jerusalem Post
"A glimpse into parts of the Sea of Galilee we did not know existed." - David Israel, Jewish Press
A Film by Moshe Alpert
Hebrew (with English subtitles)