Three Films Across Two Decades: An intimate look at the Isreal-Palestine conflict in the work of award-winning filmmaker Ra'anan Alexandrowicz

Monday, February 5, 2024 (All day) to Friday, February 23, 2024 (All day)


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"Towards the upcoming meet-the-fellows event I am sharing links to 3 films I made about Israel/Palestine in the last two decades.  The films disclose the way I position myself towards the place that I come from, and my effort to communicate my understanding of the conflict with audiences.


They also demonstrate a shift in my understanding of the power relations that underly my making these films over this period of time, and an aesthetical shift from a cinema that wants to capture beauty of landscapes and of faces; to explore people’s actions and body language - to an almost emotionless, claustrophobic, almost suffocated filmmaking. This trajectory was not premeditated – it was informed by the question that the very making, and releasing of each of these films into the world brought up and if interesting for the group I am happy to share some thoughts. "- Ra'anan Alexandrowicz


The Inner Tour (2000), The Law In These Parts ( 2011) and The Viewing Booth (2019) are all available for streaming NOW! Click the link below to watch



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