5 Broken Cameras

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Showings

Green Hills Cinema- Theater 5 Thu, Apr 19, 2012 8:00 PM
Green Hills Cinema - Theater 4 Thu, Apr 26, 2012 5:30 PM
Five cameras belonging to Palestinian farmer and cameraman Emad Burnat document a village's non-violent resistance to encroachment by settlers as well as construction of the separation barrier between Israel and Palestine. Paralleling the narrative of the community's resistance is the cameraman's own story. The first camera - damaged like the others in the village's struggle was purchased to film his newborn son. Screening on Thursday, April 26th will be followed by a Lipscomb panel discussion. Screening followed by panel discussion presented by Lipscomb University.

Description

Thursday, Apr 26, 2012 5:30 PM
Screening on Thursday, April 26th will be followed by panel discussion presented by Lipscomb University.

Directors: Emad Burnat, Guy Davidi
Palestinian Terr. / 95 min.

Five cameras belonging to Palestinian farmer and cameraman Emad Burnat document a village's non-violent resistance to encroachment by settlers as well as construction of the separation barrier between Israel and Palestine. Paralleling the narrative of the community's resistance is the cameraman's own story. The first camera - damaged like the others in the village's struggle was purchased to film his newborn son.

Screening on Thursday, April 26th will be followed by panel discussion presented by Lipscomb University.

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