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Water for Canaries
Water for Canaries (2015)
Origin: UK | Documentary | Director: Suzie Hanna | 1 minutes

Metaphorical narrative meditation on a photograph taken during a ceasefire after the bombing of Beit Hanoun in 2014

We Are All Fine
We Are All Fine (Year Unknown)
Origin: Palestine | Documentary | Director: Azza El-Hassan | 30 minutes

Two sisters are separated during the 1967 war. 40 years later the story is explained to their children

We are here - young Gaza on stage
We are here - young Gaza on stage (2016)
Origin: Palestine | Documentary | Director: Sabrina Dittus | 55 minutes

After the first Israeli attack on Gaza 2008-9, the ASHTAR theater in Ramallah organized a global project

We began by measuring distance
We began by measuring distance (2009)
Origin: Egypt Palestine | Fiction | Director: Basma Alsharif | 19 minutes

The narrative of an anonymous group who fill their time by measuring distance

We cannot go there now, my dear
We cannot go there now, my dear (2014)
Origin: Lebanon Syria Palestine | Documentary | Director: Carol Mansour | 42 minutes

Palestinian refugees becoming a special category: the twice-displaced

Wedding in Galilee
Wedding in Galilee (1987)
Origin: France | Belgium | Palestine | Fiction | Director: Michel Khleifi | 113 minutes

A traditional wedding, in a village under curfew

Welcome Home
Welcome Home (2015)
Origin: Netherlands | Documentary | Director: Frans Bromet | 90 minutes

Searching for the origin of his family feud

Welcome to Hebron
Welcome to Hebron (2007)
Origin: Sweden | Documentary | Director: Terje Carlsson | 55 minutes

Leila’s home and community is surrounded by Israeli military outposts, checkpoints and settlements

Welcome to inspection point
Welcome to inspection point (2006)
Origin: Unknown | Documentary | Director: Alana Avery | 30 minutes

A journey through the West Bank with Palestinians who have lived under occupation for decades

Welcome to Shatila
Welcome to Shatila (2008)
Origin: Unknown | Documentary | Director: Raad Raad | 2 minutes

A portraitmontage of the camp as a vibrant space of daily life and daily struggle