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Documentary film made of both still and moving image observational footage in the occupied West Bank from November 2007 to February 2008, Annapolis to Bush. A representation of life under Israeli military occupation.
‘A challenging, documentary dealing with the issue of violence against children in Palestinian society and it’s economic, historic and social roots. Involves interviews and footage of children and their families from Gaza and the West Bank. ‘(2000)
2000 years after the birth of local boy Jesus Christ, what’s it like growing up on the mean streets of Bethlehem today? Impeccably shot by Palestinian children themselves, these 5 self-directed vignettes show what it’s like to fall in love, fly a kite, and build a garden in a refugee camp.
Refraining from sensationalism, this film shows the human side of growing up in a war zone.
This project was born out of a month of film-making workshops conducted with a group of children (age 8 to 13) in the West Bank town. The children shot and recorded every image and piece of sound, and the results are truly amazing.