“Roadmap Jerusalem” is a documentary that tracks the connection of Jerusalem to the Jewish people by exploring the biblical, archaeological and political history of the city.  

Rabbi Nolan Lebovitz initially began creating the documentary to encourage the American Jewish community to advocate for Jerusalem.  Over the course of production, Rabbi Lebovitz came to realize that only under the control of the modern state of Israel can all religions have unfettered access to their holy sites.  Therefore, the documentary really makes an argument for all people – of all religions – to support and fight for Israeli control of Jerusalem.

“With passion and erudition, Nolan Lebovitz explains with great clarity how Jerusalem has always been central to the Jewish people, and why Jerusalem’s abiding role as Israel’s capital is so critical to both Israelis and to Jews around the world.”
— Daniel Gordis, author of "Israel: A Concise History of a Nation Reborn"
“Bravo! Thank you for this compelling, thoughtful, and passionate celebration of the city that has been the heart and soul of the Jewish people, be they left or right, religious or secular, for 3000 years.”
— Professor Gil Troy, author of "The Zionist Ideas: Visions for the Jewish Homeland - Then, Now, Tomorrow"
“Roadmap Jerusalem is very well done and considers important questions about the significance of Jerusalem to the Jewish people and the world. This documentary makes the case, not only for Israel’s historic and biblical right to the land, but also for the greater good of all people of faith.”
— Jim Showers, Executive Director/ President of The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry