The Village Under The Forest

As a child in South Africa, writer/narrator Heidi Grunebaum collected pennies for planting trees in Israel. Twenty years later she visits the forest she helped finance, only to discover that it was built to hide the ruins of a Palestinian Village destroyed by Israeli forces...

Al Helm: Martin Luther King Jr. In Palestine

Mixing the excitement of foot-stomping gospel music and creative theatre Al Helm reveals the power of art to communicate, heal, and give voice to communities living in fear. An African American gospel choir is the Greek chorus for a Palestinian play on Martin Luther King Jr....

No Harm Done

El Fani’s double combat, against Islamists and against her cancer, is the basis for this personal story about freedom of expression and the artistic, creative and political struggles of an exiled citizen. “Those who live are those who fight…” Victor Hugo No Harm Done tells the story of...

Bahrain: Forbidden Country

Inspired by the revolutionary wave that had swept over the Arab world, the people of Bahrain take their wrath against a repressive government to the streets. Stéphanie Lamorré enters Bahrain, a country forbidden to any journalist, and follows the people still risking everything for their...

Cinema Jenin: The Story of A Dream

The city of Jenin, home to one of Palestine’s many refugee camps, is now dubbed, ‘the capital of martyrs.’  Where is the place of cinema in a city occupied, poverty-stricken and the target of unrelenting invasions, arrests and shootings by Israeli occupation forces? Founded in the...