In the year 2000 a small team of former media students and a media teacher produced a feature-film called “Nahima”.
This was the beginning of five educational movie projects, made by five different crews. The educational movie projects
was performed in cooperation with local and district authorities,with the aim of teaching the participants how feature
films are made. “Gunsmoke movie production” was created as a fake “production company” for these movies.
The educational movie projects has been financed by governmental grants and private sponsors.
The movie productions where all non commercial. The feature “Crying for a vision” was the last film created in 2006 and
made the end of seven years of movie production. All together, about 65 people has contributed in the movie projects.