A string of upcoming film festivals will highlight Palestine’s actors, writers and directors. Read more about Upcoming film festivals showcase Palestinian creativity
Annemarie Jacir’s new film When I Saw You features superb acting and a groovy soundtrack. Read more about Annemarie Jacir's must-see "When I Saw You" grapples with growing up after '67 war
Rami Almeghari reports from Gaza on Israel’s latest extrajudicial execution; director Annemarie Jacir talks about her new film, When I Saw You; and more. Read more about Podcast: Gaza man extrajudicially executed in Israeli drone strike
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
Annemarie Jacir on honoring the fedayeen who believed return to Palestine was a possibility. Read more about Honoring Palestinian history: filmmaker Annemarie Jacir on "When I Saw You"
Paradise Now director Hany Abu-Assad’s new film selected for the Cannes Film Festival. Read more about Palestine film festivals to open in Chicago and London, plus other cinema news
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)
“We loved the way in which Annemarie Jacir approached the sensitive subject of that crucial period,” wrote the jury of the feature set right after the 1967 war. Read more about Annemarie Jacir’s “When I Saw You” wins best Arab world film in Abu Dhabi
A photo published by The New York Times depicts an undercover Israeli agent, dressed as a Palestinian civilian, being loaded into an Israeli police vehicle after “helping detain a Palestinian protester” during today’s Nakba anniversary protest at Qalandiya checkpoint between Ramallah and Bethlehem. Read more about Photo: Gun-toting Israeli soldier disguised as Palestinian woman
Annemarie Jacir’s Salt of this Sea (2008) is the first full-length feature film by a Palestinian female director. Since its world premier at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, it has toured the world and is scheduled to screen at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York at the end of the month. Maymanah Farhat reviews for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Finding a sense of home in "Salt of this Sea"
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