Wajib translates as ‘duty’ and Annemarie Jacir’s film focuses on a beautifully observed father-son relationship as they take a road trip around Nazareth amid the confines of being an Arab in Israel.
Annemarie Jacir’s When I Saw You takes an optimistic look at the late 1960s Palestinian refugee crisis, but asks more questions than it answers.
In spite of its intriguing political backdrop, Omar is a disappointing film which relies too heavily on tired old cliches
Documenting life on Palestine’s front lines, Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi’s 5 Broken Cameras sees a man with a movie camera uncovering the ethics of filmmaking.
A pizzicato sonata of absurd rituals, Elia Suleiman’s The Time That Remains unpicks a lifetime stifling inside the Green Lines. It’s more than just plucking at strings.