This is quite interesting: An international sci-fi short film competition for a vision of Jerusalem 100 years from now: Jerusalem 2111 (tip from Faithworld). The top prize was $10,000 and there are some interesting entries. The length of the movies had to be between 60 and 180 seconds - and so it is fascinating to watch how stories are told in such a short time. The winner of the festival Secular Quarter #3 (see below) - about a hopeful future for the city, but with some outside help. Hey - whatever it takes to restore sanity to a piece of land. You can see the three finalists here.
Secular Quarter #3:
Here is another one - that some a nice atmospheric feel to it: