CAVU acquired worldwide distribution rights to director Eitan Gorlin's, The Holy Land, which CAVU released theatrically in 2003.

The film, CAVU's first acquisition, immediately shot to the top of the indie box office charts.

At the Angelika Film Center, NY's top art house theatre, The Holy Land out-grossed all of the other films and was the highest per-screen grossing motion picture in the US for two weeks in a row.

The film then went on to play on over 135 screens in the top 50+ DMA's (inc. NY, LA, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, D.C., etc.) and has grossed over $600,000 at the box office.

THE HOLY LAND has completed its US theatrical run and is now available on DVD at numerous retail and video outlets, including Blockbuster.

IndieWIRE ranked The Holy Land one of "the summer's top-ten openers" in the specialty market and ranked CAVU Pictures the number one specialty distributor in the U.S., beating indie pillars Focus Features, Newmarket, Magnolia, Sony Pictures Classics, Paramount Classics and Thinkfilm.

The Holy Land won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Feature at the 2002 Slamdance Film Festival and took Best Film honors at the Avignon/New York Film Festival. The film's director, Eitan Gorlin, was nominated for an IFP Spirit Award as Someone to Watch in 2003.

"A terrifically assured first feature"   -The Los Angeles Times

"One of the freshest, most original movies you'll see this year!   - Detroit Free Press