Get Your Sukkah on TV

New York Public Television wants to celebrate the Holidays with you. Or, more accurately, it wants you to celebrate the Holidays with them

The station is preparing a documentary, “Sacred,” it hopes will be a portrait of a year in the spiritual and religious life on earth. To accomplish that mission, it is crowdsourcing — that is getting anyone and everyone to provide resource material by providing video answers to the question: “What is sacred to you?”

Submissions may be included in the finished film. Or not. Currently, the producers are looking for video of families celebrating Sukkot — “as observance of Jewish law will allow.” High Holiday footage is also welcome.

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