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"Amos Gitai: Territories"
1980-2001
Directed by Amos Gitai

A collection of thematically linked films by acclaimed director Amos Gitai. House (1980) and House in Jerusalem (1997) are two extremely simple yet utterly profound films, exploring the history of a house in East Jerusalem as a microcosm for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. (Combined running time: 148 minutes).
Wadi: Grand Canyon (1981-2001, 180 minutes) consists of three interlocking films depicting a group of Arab and Israelis who nurture a fragile culture of coexistence over a span of twenty years.
Field Diary (1982, 83 minutes) is an explosive, shocking, and profound film. Set mostly in the West Bank before and during the 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon (some scenes were also shot there), it explores, as the film states it, "how the occupation manifests itself, and how violence against the Palestinians is legitimized." Its earliest screenings were greeted with vicious anger from armed Israeli soldiers; and the aftermath led to Gitai's decade-long exile from Israel. Hebrew, Arabic, Russian, English and other languages, with English subtitles.
 411 minutes.



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