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Arabic / Hebrew
Caught up in the continual chaos of the Middle East conflict, Palestinian farmer Emad uses video cameras to record the violence and injustice he witnesses on a daily basis. One by one his cameras become victims of the destructive forces operating in the region. On top of this, Emad becomes increasingly fearful that his incriminating footage could make him a target for security forces. This powerfully personal documentary not only draws attention to one of the world's most problematic humanitarian crises, it also raises philosophical questions about the power, potential and perils of film and the responsibility of filmmakers.
A film guide that looks at 5 Broken Cameras (2011), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A film guide that looks at Omar (2013), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A powerful depiction of events in Cambodia in the 1970s, when the fanatical Khmer Rouge regime killed hundreds of thousands of their own people.
14+ years 139 mins
Documentary about the kidnapping of nine Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympics in Munich by a Palestinian terrorist group.
14+ years 90 mins
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We explore how film can be used to teach young people about the far-reaching impact and effect that war and conflict can have, on both soldiers and civilians.
Reading time 4 mins
A collection of some of the most important documentary films from throughout cinema history.
Suitable forAll ages
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