French film maker Vincent Moon is a music hunter. Over the past two decades he has traveled all over the world armed with a camera and recording equipment in order to document music in situ. This could be a rock concert at the Wembley Stadium, liturgical singing in the Vatican, or a pagan ceremony in a Peruvian forest. Anything that emits a tune, Moon is there to record it.

His documentaries – which he films, edits, and produces independently – have been huge successes and are screened in movie theaters and on TV networks and internet sites.

Throughout the week of Mekudeshet Music, a series of Moon’s films , which include a range of different and unusual sounds, mainly from Brazilian forests. Next to him, on the stage/DJ stand, Priscilla Telmon, his creative partner, will be under the spotlight. We suggest you let Moon and his team lead you on an immersive, psychedelic, transcendental, and, primarily, unusual journey.

The screenings will take place in the Tower of David’s Crusader Hall from Tuesday to Thursday beginning at 4:00pm and ending with the last performance at the Tower. Entrance is free and via the side gate of the Tower of David, opposite the Jaffa Gate plaza.

**A live performance with musicians will be taking place as part of Night Stroll (for ticket holders only).



On Wednesday, September 13 between 4:00-6:00pm, an artist class that will include a screening of a video work by the pair and some new material, will be held. Master class will evolve around nomadic cinema, technology, spirituality and rituals and will showcase the evolution of Vincent and Priscilla's works.

The class is free but limited to 40 people on a first come first served basis.