The story of three Palestinian girls who swapped any immediate marriage prospects for a life dominated by laptops and social media. The film takes us into their shared home life showing all signs of independence yet without poking fun at tradition.
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The story of young Palestinian boys spending most of their childhood selling bric-a-brac at military check points in order to supplement their family’s income. Confronted by the daily repression of Israeli army they dream of a future.
The portrait of a local artist who turned one of Ramallah old streets into his studio. His art captures the diversity of his city and his drawings the soul and quirkiness of passers-by.
A lovely old Armenian couple runs a pastry shop in Ramallah. She bosses him around but always with a smile and an nice word. The yellow canary may be in cage but it keeps singing.
Stories is an intensive residential filmmaking laboratory supported by and in collaboration with British Council, during which emerging filmmakers are empowered with the creative and practical tools to examine their sense of identity and nationality through film. To date we have run Stories in Benghazi, Tripoli, Rabat, Dhaka, Karachi, Ramallah, Syria, Gaza, Amman, Hanoi, Jakarta, […]