Many of the directors and protagonists of this year’s festival happen to be women.
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“Animals’ Nightmare” depicts fear and confinement of Israeli-enclosed West Bank.
Filmmaker Thaer al-Sahli documents personal aftermath of airstrikes on refugee camp
Board member of Jenin theater remains behind Israeli bars.
Palestinian hip-hop duo, brothers Osama and Mohammed Elsusi, collaborate long distance with Hong Kong’s Barry Lam.
Palestinians don’t need to “embellish” Israel’s “democracy,” says photographer Mohamed Badarne.
Three Palestinian plays to be staged over three nights at New York theater.
Scottish writers shown witnessing realities of Israeli occupation.
Atef Abu Saif has been recognized for a novel he hasn’t even seen a copy of.
The Royal Court Theatre becomes the first major British venue to stage Palestinian work.