Academy Award Nominated Palestinian Film: '5 BROKEN CAMERAS' ~ Screening Friday, February 15th, 7:00 PM at Harriet Tubman Center - 5278 W Pico Blvd, LA ~ John Parker Will Give a Brief Talk After the Film About His Trip to Gaza in 2006!
- Workers World Film Showing of
The Academy Award Nominated Palestinian Film:
5 BROKEN CAMERAS
Friday, February 15th - 7:00 PM
Harriet Tubman Center For Social Justice -5278 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles
Food & Beverages will be Available.
Suggested Donation at Door is $5 to $10. No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds.
John Parker, long-time organizer & leader in Los Angeles Workers World will give a brief talk after the film about his trip to Gaza in 2006 and there will be open discussion afterward.
Contact: (323) 306-6240 - iacenterla@...
Palestinian farmer Emad Burnat bought a
camera in 2005 to document the birth of his
youngest son. That event coincided with the
beginning of construction of the separation
fence in his West Bank village of Bil'in.
Because the Zionist plan would result in the confiscation of 50% of the villagers' land, as it would in many other villages, a popular resistance movement
emerged in Bil'in. Burnat began documenting
the struggle for the movement and gradually his
footage was widely used by international media.
He began working as a freelance photographer
for Reuters and provided footage for other film
projects. Over the years and as his son grew,
five cameras were broken in seperate violent
attacks on the villagers' resistance by Israeli
military forces. In 2009, progressive Israeli
filmaker Guy Davidi joined with Burnat and
together they tell the story of the resistance
movement by telling the story of five broken
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