the nomadic family project

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

the nomadic family project​

the nomadic family documentary

nomadic family documentary

support the PROJECT

We need YOUR help in getting this documentary finished! All proceeds will go towards post production, color correction, scoring the film, marketing and entering it into festivals.   Every dollar counts, and NOW is the time!  Thank you for your support! CUZ WE'RE ALIVE TODAY! 

mission of the PROJECT

Thanks to our donors, our 3 person crew was able to live off and on with the family during their travels, and as they returned home to Israel during a time of war.  It is a story of inspiration as they redefine the meaning of family, happiness, and success. Our goal is to show the roller coaster of life that occurs when you leave everything for the uncertainty of a dream.  

The story of the ups and downs in almost 4 years of non-stop budget travel across 15 countries. They've lived  among the locals in the jungles of Ecuador, pushed their limits on a 16 day trek in the Himalayas, and settled down among the gorgeous beaches of Goa, India. The Nomadic Family has appeared internationally in such on-line sites like the Washington Times, Rolf Pott's Vagabonding and TravelLinkSites.com.

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