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New York: Doc Fortnight 2019

Held from February 21st to the 28th at  MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, the 18th edition of Doc Fortnight presented 17 documentary features, continuing its annual program of the best innovative international nonfiction films.  Except for one film from 2017 and one from 2019, the productions selected were from 2018.  Most of the films chosen were directed by female film makers and covered universal issues including stories from the Middle East, Latin America, Asia, Europe, and th...

Apartheid alive and well

    Racial and religious intolerance go hand in hand   Day 4 at DIFF consisted of two films that portray Apartheid - one set in modern SA and    the other in the West Bank.  Twenty years after democracy in SA, Fatherland was quite a shock. While most of South    Africa have embraced the rainbow nation, a small group of right wing extremists still    fight the ”negroids".  In this ...

Pictures from Gaza

Director: Tamer Ashry.
Ahmed Hayman is an Egyptian photographer. He got the chance to travel to Gaza for one week to discover how Palestinians live after last war under the siege. Ahmed took many pictures to reflect their life from his point of view. "There is still hope".

Thorns and Silk

<h2>A female police officer in the West Bank</h2>