We decided that the best way to tell the story of a country is through an emotional attachment. We devised a family story of several generations and wove the story of Israeli innovations in agriculture and in other areas through it. Although fictional, the family embodied the true story of the development of the State.
We cast Moran Attias, a successful Israeli actress who is recognized in Italy, as the “sister” leading us through this adventure. We added a live “brother” to interact with her during the pre-show.
The pre- show was held every 5 minutes as the audience was escorted into the pavilion. They were introduced to Moran on screen and the live actor “brother” who whisked them through some of the general information we wanted to express about the country, with breathtaking backdrops of landscape and cuisine.
Once inside, the multimedia show brought us through three generations of Moran’s family, who showed us the innovations of cherry tomatoes, drip irrigation and more, straight through to the challenges of making the desert bloom.
The last room brought satellite technology for agricultural surveillance and the modern technological cowshed to the screen. We created LED sculptures that lit up the dark sp
All in all, we created a 3 part show that used high end content and screen technology to bring Israel’s experience to the Milan Expo.