Palestinian History Tapestry a centerpiece of two-week long celebration. Read more about Oxford festival unlocks breadth of Palestinian culture
5 Broken Cameras
Emad Burnat makes moving acceptance speech, and more Palestine film news. Read more about "5 Broken Cameras" wins Palestine's first Emmy
This year’s festival featured work by filmmakers asking questions for their own community. Read more about Looking inward at the Chicago Palestine Film Festival
Both The Gatekeepers and 5 Broken Cameras offer evidence of Israeli racism, albeit from different perspectives. Read more about Oscar-nominated films prove Israel is an apartheid state
Sophomore features by Cherien Dabis and Annemarie Jacir receive critical praise; recent documentaries now touring or available online. Read more about New Palestine films to look out for (and others to watch online)
Despite being a deeply Palestinian story, the Israeli press and government have tried to claim documentary as an “Israeli film.” Read more about Is Oscar-nominated 5 Broken Cameras an Israeli or a Palestinian film?
Emad Burnat’s house was declared a “closed military zone” by Israel — but that didn’t stop him from making a great film. Read more about Israel's viciousness against Bilin captured in "Five Broken Cameras" documentary