How can one expect any art to take root under Israeli occupation, let alone for a small delegation of artists, DJs and rappers to make any impact? Read more about Film review: Can hip hop be "bigger than the occupation"?
Sawsan Qaoud documents how the idea for a Palestinian women’s football team was brought to life — and recounts the difficulties the players face on a regular basis just to play — in Women in the Stadium. Read more about Film review: women footballers struggle to play (and win)
A series of six short films from Palestine and Syria screened in London last month were produced over a period spanning four decades and contend with the effects of political and industrial change, the importance and fragility of memory, home and belonging. Read more about Arab wounds exposed in "Vanishing Spaces" film series
Filmmaker Raed Andoni has a severe and agonizing headache, a debilitating headache that will not go away. Turning the camera on himself, he decided to make a film exploring his headache and his efforts to rid himself of it. Read more about Film review: seeking psychological peace in "Fix Me"
The Academy Award-nominated Incendies, by Quebecois filmmaker Denis Villeneuve, unforgettably portrays the Lebanese civil war as an operatic Greek tragedy. Read more about Lebanese civil war explodes on screen in "Incendies"
As Palestinians across the world commemorated the 63rd anniversary of the Nakba — the forced expulsion of Palestinians from their homeland in 1947-48 — activists in North America and the UK launched another season of local film festivals that illustrate and emphasize the Palestinian experience. Read more about Around the world, film festivals put focus on Palestine
The Time That Remains: Chronicle of a Present Absentee is a must-see by writer-director-co-star Elia Suleiman. Read more about Elia Suleiman's sublime "The Time That Remains"