How Israel manipulates the press to portray itself as victim. Read more about What's behind the US media's special relationship with Israel?
Pre-1948 Jerusalem radio broadcasts serve as blueprint for new film by young Palestinian director. Read more about Music floats above Zionism's barriers
On the Bride’s Side traverses across Europe and beyond the “refugee crisis” headlines. Read more about Can a man pay $1,000 for his death?
Speed Sisters follows Palestinian women’s rally-car racing team and the challenges that come with pursuing their sport. Read more about Women of the West Bank burn up the road
New film shows the Palestinian Circus School spreading happiness in spite of Israel’s occupation. Read more about Pursuit of joy is a human right
Campaigners who challenged Israel’s attempts to “pinkwash” its crimes were subjected to homophobic abuse. Read more about A battle in Seattle: outing the truth behind Israel's gay-friendly spin
A People Without a Land could benefit from further exploration of the less familiar issues of single statehood. Read more about Film presents one-state solution as moral, practical outcome for Palestine
“Even if the entire government of Israel comes, I’m not going to leave my home,” says 80-year-old Yousef in Roshmia, a brave new documentary film. Read more about New Palestinian film documents final "destruction of the refugee tent"
Documentary centers on director Leila Sansour’s decision to return to the hometown she once resented. Read more about Bombast with a side of bleakness in Open Bethlehem film
Hind Shoufani discusses her new documentary Trip Along Exodus, which tells Palestine’s history through the story of her father, Dr. Elias Shoufani. Read more about A cinematic ode to an absent dad and Palestinian revolutionary
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