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Palestine.Net

The film follows the stories of a new generation of Palestinians who through social media manage
to reach beyond the physical barriers of the occupation. Manal, Issa, Ahmad and Mussa, from the West Bank and Gaza,
are looking to break through the current status quo and to regain their freedom. They are the Palestinian Generation Y.

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Wall

“You lack inner peace, I can see it in your eyes…” With this abrupt remark thrown at her by a woman visiting Jerusalem’s Wailing Wall,
filmmaker Moran Ifergan is reminded of the religion she left in her late teens, when she used to frequent this holy site.
While her marriage falls apart, Moran takes us on an around-the-clock journey to the women’s side of the Wall;
mixing between private and public, sound and image, God and His absence.

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Dream Boat

Once a year the DREAM BOAT sets sail for a cruise only for gay men. Far from their families and political restrictions,
we follow five men from five countries on the quest for their dreams. The cruise promises seven days of sunshine, love, and freedom – but on board are also their personal stories, their doubts and uncertainties…

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Resurrecting Hassan

All blind from birth, Denis, Peggy and their daughter Lauviah, are haunted by the tragic death of Hassan, the family’s second child, painfully seek redemption. Convinced that their son will soon be back by their sides, this tenacious family of three seek to transcend their suffering in order to attain peace.

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The Mute’s House

Director: Tamar Kay Produced by: Tamar Kay and Ariel Richter for the Sam Spiegel Film and TV School Cinematography: Zvi Landsman Screenplay: Tamar Kay Editor:

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Winnie

Winnie Madikizela Mandela is one of the most misunderstood and intriguingly powerful contemporary female political figures. Her rise and seeming fall from grace, bears the hallmarks of epic tragedy. For the first time, this film pieces together and properly considers her life and contribution to the struggle to bring down Apartheid from the inside, with intimate insight from those who were closest to her and with testimony from the enemies who sought to extinguish her radical capacity to shake up the order of things.

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Mogadishu Soldier

Mogadishu Soldier offer an unsentimental and truly unique view into the fight against the jihadist militants in Al-Shabaab. Two soldiers have been given a camera by the film’s director, and commence to deliver a steady flow of extraordinary material.

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Peshmerga

From July to December 2015, Bernard-Henri Lévy and a team of cameramen traveled the 1000 kilometers of the front-line that separates Iraqi Kurdistan from Daesh’s troupes.

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Amazona

Val swapped family life for seclusion in the Colombian jungle. Now pregnant, her daughter,
film director Clare Weiskopf confronts her with the choices she made in an attempt to heal
her wounds and define motherhood before becoming a parent herself.

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God Knows Where I Am

For nearly four months during one of New Hampshire’s coldest winters on record, Linda Bishop, holed up in a farm house, survived on apples and rain water, waiting for God to save her.

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