The Archive of the Studios is a unique jewel: containing most precious and remembered moments in the history of the Israeli and provides a rare and exclusive glimpse into the period if the establishment of the state of Israel.

The Herzliya Archive covers a period of 20 years from 1951-1971, through the newsreels of that era, “Carmel” and “Geva” . These newsreels, which served as the only movie news, covering a variety of topics such as: immigration to the settling of the land with Kibbutzim, it’s developing industry agriculture and utilization of natural resources such as water and phosphates. The archive also contains footages regarding the Arab Israeli conflict from terrorist’s attacks to all out war starting from the 1956 campaign, the Six Day war, and the war of attrition. The rare materials include also Some movies, as well as the Jabutinski institute archives.

The Archive also covers the politics of the era including: David Ben Gurion, Golda Meir, Itzhak Rabin, Menachem Begin and many others.

For more info on our archives, please contact:
David Weil
Tel: 972-9-9595078