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Jerusalem: An Occupation Set In Stone?

Type:
Documentary

Director:
Marty Rosenbluth

Year:
1995

Time:
59 minutes

Produced by:
Palestinian Housing Rights Movement

Language:
English and Arabic with English Subtitles

 

Honorable Mention: Lindheim Award, 3rd Annual Jewish Video Competition

"This forceful documentary...introduces us to Jerusalemites we rarely hear from." —San Francisco Jewish Film Festival

"Skillfully shot and edited...An immediate and unforgettable document" —Toronto Jewish Film Festival

 
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Produced by the Palestinian Housing Rights Movement, Jerusalem: An Occupation Set in Stone? is a tribute to the thousands of Palestinians living in East Jerusalem without access to life's most basic amenities. Filmmaker Marty Rosenbluth details the devastating effects of Israel's urban planning policies that, according to many, aim to uproot the Palestinian presence in the Holy City.

Due to its fairness and clarity, An Occupation Set in Stone was awarded an Honorable Mention for the Lindheim Award in the Third Annual Jewish Video Competition - an award that honors programs that best explore the political and social relationships between Jews and other ethnic or religious groups.

This film is available with a Digital Site License (DSL), which allows colleges, universities, or libraries to encode, locally host, and stream the film to their community on a closed, password-protected system.

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This film is available from AFD for public screenings and television broadcast. For information regarding rental rates and formats, please contact info@arabfilm.com for institutional/non-theatrical screenings, or info@arabfilm.com for theatrical, festival, television, or other bookings.

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