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Following the lead of their beloved director and peace activist, Juliano Mer-Khamis, who was murdered on April 4th, 2011 outside the Freedom Theater in the Jenin Refugee Camp in the West Bank, they use their imagination in an unpredictably brutal environment creating an artistic rebellion; a vivid and brave portrayal of a young, active generation of Palestinians.
The film is not the end, but just the beginning…it is the first step in their transformation into proud and remarkable Palestinian actresses and directors — for whom it is impossible to separate between art and life.
Explores the rights of women, the liberation from Israeli occupiers, and above all the question of how freely a woman on stage is allowed to develop her own form of expression.
Bold, unconventional and admirable.
Festival & Awards
Berlin International Film Festival - 2013
Cinema Fairbindet Prize
Cinema South Festival - 2013
The Juliano Award
The Edward Said Memorial Conference - 2013
Documentarist Film Festival - 2013
The Jerusalem International Film Festival (Jerusalem, Israel) - 2013
Medfilm Festival, Cinema del Mediterraneo a Roma - 2013
Open Eyes Award
Manaki Brothers International Cinematographer’s Festival - 2013
Buenos Aires Festival of Human Rights - 2013
UK Jewish Film Festival - 2013
Toronto Palestine Film Festival - 2013
Montreal International Documentary Festival - 2013