Berlinale Blog – Streetscapes, Dialogues

     |    Wednesday, der 22. February 2017

By Andrew Horn Artistic block is a terrible thing. I’ve experienced it and I know others who have, though maybe a lot of people don’t like to admit to it. I know I don’t. Heinz Emigholz in his film “Streetscapes [Dialogue]” (Germany 2015-2017) not only admits it but offers a look at the process of 

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Eine Mauer für die Ewigkeit? Shalom Salam.

     |    Friday, der 7. November 2014

SHALOM SALAM, der Film von Beatrice Möller und Nicola Hens ist im Jahr 2006 entstanden. Wenn man den Film heute sieht, fragt sich unwillkürlich, wie es den Kindern in dem Film heute geht, was sie machen, wie sie heute denken. Sie müssten fast erwachsen sein. In einem Sommercamp trafen israelische und palästinensische Kinder zusammen, begegneten 

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RIP Juliano Mer-Khamis

     |    Wednesday, der 6. April 2011

Juliano Mer-Khamis  Photo: rtr With great sadness we received the message (passed on to us by FDCL_Blog via the IDFA newsletter) that Israeli director, actor, theater educator and peace activist Juliano Mer-Khamis was shot in Jenin on April 4. A suspect has been arrested by Palestinian Authority security forces. The man, a former al-Aqsa Martyr 

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     |    Tuesday, der 8. September 2009

The following declaration highlights the actions and goals of SUSTAIN.  SUSTAIN is featured in the short documentary Standing With Palestine which can be viewed on Based in Washington, D.C. and presiding over more than a dozen additional chapters throughout the United States, the group Stop U.S. Tax-funded Aid to Israel Now (SUSTAIN) was established 

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