(Deutsch) 5 BROKEN CAMERAS is a deeply personal, first-hand account of life and non-violent resistance in Bil’in, a West Bank village surrounded by Israeli settlements. Shot by Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat, who bought his first camera in 2005 to record the birth of his youngest son, Gibreel.
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(Deutsch) 47SOUL is an electro-mijwez, shamstep, choubi band. 47SOUL writes and performs to speak about freedom of movement, whether that’s sparking new dance styles or singing about breaking down border check points.
(Deutsch) “I think some of us submit to the dominant power or culture at the time. It is important to keep where you are from alive,” Lowkey says.
(Deutsch) I m just a musician, that loves Life, Love to connect people through music, love to hang out with all the peoples from our universe, sit in peace and talk about:
how we can take the humanity into another level, without War, without borders, without money…
(Deutsch) Dubkey is our cultural break dancing flowing over the tunes of our ancestors, it is what keeps us alive, connected too the roots of our olive tree that will never be pulled out.
(Deutsch) Le Trio Joubran, three brothers from Palestine, descending from a family of « Oud » makers and players since four generations. The grand grand-father, the grand-father, the father and now, Samir, Wissam and Adnan have transformed this instrument into a passion, a skill, a life…
(Deutsch) The separation wall runs through occupied Palestine, intimidating and omnipresent, covered with snarky graffiti, reminiscent of the Berlin Wall in its final days. A tense, gripping thriller about betrayal, suspected and real, in the Occupied Territories. Tareq, a Palestinian baker who routinely climbs over the separation wall to meet up with his girl Nadia. By night, he’s either a freedom fighter or a terrorist—you decide—ready to risk his life to strike at the Israeli military.
(Deutsch) Arna founded an alternative education system for Palestinian children whose lives had been disrupted by Israeli occupation. In the Jenin refugee camp, Arna opened a theatre group where she taught the children to express anger, bitterness and fear through acting and art.
(Deutsch) With songs named after an infamous Palestinian refugee camp and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – Muslimgauze was about as confrontational an artist that this era could produce.