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World ORT is the world’s largest Jewish education and vocational training non-governmental organisation.

Started in 1880, World ORT is today operational in 37 countries and helps around 300 000 students around the world. Specialised in technology, our mission is to provide communities wherever they are, with the skills and knowledge necessary to cope with the complexities and uncertainties of their environment.

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Take a look at how a student from ORT Panama has used their talent to integrate Jewish education with technology in this short animated film about Megillat Esther (The Book of Esther).

Earlier this week we announced the winners of the World ORT Jewish Animations Competition in Latin America and Spain and today we are sharing the joint first place film, created by a student from Colegio Isaac Rabin.

This project is a great opportunity for students to apply themselves to an extra-curricular project and we congratulate again our student winners and all those who participated in the project. We hope you enjoy this film!youtube.com
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June 20th, 12:12 pm

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COMPETITION WINNERS!

We are proud to announce the winners of the first World ORT Jewish Animations Competition for the Latin American region and Spain!

Among all of the amazing work submitted, our judges had the tough task to select the following winners:

Joint 1st Place David and Goliath – ORT Brazil
Joint 1st place La Historia del Meguila Esther – Colegio Isaac Rabin, Panama
2nd place Lego Shabbat – CIM-ORT, Mexico
3rd place – Pesach Story – ORT Brazil

During the school year, students from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, Mexico and Panama produced short animations focused around Jewish themes. Fourteen films were submitted for judging and points were awarded according to three categories; Visual Art, Jewish Content and Technical skill.

You can watch one of the joint first place winners on our YouTube channel now and we look forward to sharing the rest of the winning submissions online with you soon. This has been the first competition of this kind in Latin America and Spain (after several successful years of running in the FSU) and we have been hugely impressed by all the students’ work, congratulations for your hard work.

This film, ‘David and Goliath’ is a modern interpretation of the biblical narrative by the same name, sourced in the book of Samuel. From the students’ re-working of the narrative we can notice themes from the original text, such as the triumph of virtue over immorality and the strength of the underdog. Congratulations to the students of Instituto de Tecnologia ORT, Rio de Janeiro for this beautiful work!

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June 18th, 5:25 pm

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Wonderful!!! Congratulations!!!

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