Music and Film: An offer the Jerusalem Film Fest could not refuse

When film critics are asked to distill their favorite movies of all time into a compact list, the roster invariably includes The Godfather. Francis Ford Coppola’s Mafia-based epic was so well crafted that it coaxed the reclusive Marlon Brando into performing an Oscar-winning lead role and launched the career of Al Pacino.

In addition to the gripping onscreen action, the movie also came with a stirring soundtrack written by Italian master Nino Rota.

The two disciplines will combine at the The Godfather Live event, which will take place at the Sultan’s Pool in Jerusalem on July 18 as the official closing feature of this year’s Jerusalem Film Festival.


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