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by Erica Marcus
Being a teenager is hard — especially in a war zone. Alive in Limbo traces the lives of five Arab youth over 10 years, uncovering their ordinary adolescent obsessions, familiar dreams, and their attempts to live normal lives amidst the ruins of war around them.
by Deborah Scranton
Director Deborah Scranton creates "a virtual embed" with a band of National Guard infantrymen supplying cameras to the soldiers so they can record and tell the story of their war.
by Yishai Orian
What do you do when you’re in love with your old jalopy, but your pregnant wife insists you get rid of it for something more practical?
by Barak Heymann and Tomer Heymann
Bridge Over the Wadi follows a group of young Arab and Jewish children for one year as their grade school attempts a bi-national and bi-lingual program.
Global Perspectives Collection, Global Voices
by Ran Tal and Amir Harel
Tracing Israel’s kibbutz movement, Children of the Sun follows members of the Zionist elite from their birth in the 1920s and 1930s to the crisis that weakened the movement
Global Voices, Global Perspectives Collection
by Elia Suleiman
A comic drama that investigates the spiritual effect of occupation and instability on the Palestinian people.
by Yun Suh
In the heart of Jerusalem, people of all nationalities, religious affiliations, and sexual orientations gather and find peace in an unlikely place: a gay bar.
by Adi Barash, Ruthie Shatz, and Ross Kauffman
In this cinema verité film, a Palestinian family is torn apart by its patriarch's collaboration with Israel.
by Immy Humes
The amazing adventures of novelist and Paris Review founder Harold Louis “Doc” Humes — featuring a paper house, the Hip Messiah, Don Peyote, Leary, Mailer, Auster, and the FBI. A story about ideas, drugs, literature, protest, and paranoia, that sheds light on American cultural history as well as an original mind.
Independent Lens, Global Voices
by Simone Duarte
En Route to Baghdad is a portrait of the peacekeeping career of former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Sergio Vieira de Mello, whose death in a 2003 Baghdad bombing attack became a tragic metaphor for the effort to bring stability to Iraq.
Global Voices, Independent Lens