An intimate portrait of a sarcastic elderly Palestinian woman's life, relationships, regrets and bitterness enlightened by flashes of dark humour.
Two of the films presented at this year’s Belgian DocVille Documentary Film Festival, remind us about the continuing violation of justice – may it be animal or human injustice.
Mohamed Jabaly’s documentary debut Ambulance provides a unique insight into a bombing of Gaza lasting 51 days, as witnessed from the ambulance driver’s seat.
The background for this interview were six, quite insistent, emails from the Israel Embassy in Norway, to end their Modern Times subscription, and have the remaining amount refunded. This led me to believe that the Embassy did not want to read the criticism directed at Israel in our columns. I wrote a Facebook comment about this; hinting at this totalitarian attitude, evident in completely ignoring all forms of criticism.
What is it like to have lived a life as a reporter and correspondent for the Norwegian National Broadcaster, NRK? In connection with his new book De Skyldige (The Guilty Ones), we speak with him about Norway’s friendship with Israel, about the massacre in Sabra and Shatila, and about Norwegian diplomacy.
Over the last decade, several Israeli soldiers have attempted to explain what really happens in the occupied territories. Instead of protecting Israel’s safety, it is all about expanding the control over the Palestinian areas, says Israeli Avihai Stollar from veteran association Breaking the Silence.
Interview made by Truls Lie. The Israeli filmmaker Eyal Sivan talks about his films on Israel, and other projects like what he did with Jean-Luc Godard.
Director Moreh lets unrepentant and ruthless pensioners reminisce about the decades-long intelligence wars fought against Palestinians. These voices matter.
Emad gets five cameras smashed, but he keeps on filming and gives us a rewarding insight into Palestine-Israel relations.
Sherine Salama was the last person to interview Yasser Arafat, just a month before his death, but it took her a year to get the permission to do it. Her film “The Last Days of Yasser Arafat” was screened at the San Francisco International Film Festival this May where DOX met her.