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"5 Broken Cameras" wins Palestine's first Emmy

Man makes speech at podium while holding award
Emad Burnat makes moving acceptance speech, and more Palestine film news.

Latin America's "forgotten" Palestinians

Watch Dr. Cecilia Baeza’s presentation on the Palestinian experience in Latin America at the Palestine Center in Washington, DC.

"Shooting Revolution" film brings to life PLO's heyday in Lebanon

Forthcoming documentary aims to provide an audiovisual testimony of the Palestinian liberation struggle to younger generations.

Rasmea Odeh and political prosecutions in the US

Listen to The Electronic Intifada’s Maureen Clare Murphy discuss repression of Palestine organizing in the United States on Chicago Public Radio.

Three Palestinian films nominated for Asian Pacific Screen Awards

Hany Abu-Assad’s Omar is coming to US cinemas later this winter, plus more Palestine film news.

New evidence hoped to free Holy Land Five

Humanitarians were prosecuted because of donations to Islamic charities in Palestine.

Palestinian arrested in Chicago because of her community activism, groups say

A pillar in Chicago’s Palestinian community faces jail time and deportation over a conviction by an Israeli military court more than four decades ago.

Censored 1981 film "Occupied Palestine" to be shown at Boston festival

Week-long Boston Palestine Film Festival includes roundtable discussion with author Susan Abulhawa and filmmakers Omar Robert Hamilton and Nora Sharif.

Toronto Palestine Film Festival opens on 28 September - some highlights

The annual festival has condemned the ongling arbitrary detention of board member John Greyson, along with Dr. Tarek Loubani, in Egypt.

Lawyer: Israeli soldiers "savagely beat" hunger striking Jordanian prisoner

Three Jordanian nationals are entering their one-hundredth day of hunger strike in Israeli prison.


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