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Screening 5 BROKEN CAMERAS + Free Palestinian food & MORE
27TH April CentrE17, Walthamstow.
5 Broken Cameras | Palestine | 90 mins
In the small West Bank village of Bil’in, Emad Burnat buys his first videocamera to begin documenting the life of his new born son. What followed became a deeply personal first hand account of the villagers struggle to prevent the building of an Israeli security
A visual essay in autobiography...a modest, rigorous and moving work of art.— A.O. Scott, The New York Times (Critics’ Pick)
A powerful personal testimony: the kind of material that never makes the nightly news.
— Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
World Cinema Directing Award Sundance Film (2012)
International Emmy Award (2013)
Audience Award and the Special Jury Award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (2012)
Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival (2012)
Best Documentary Film Jerusalem Film Festival (2012)
Audience Award Sheffield Doc/Fest (2012)