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.
This short documentary was made during a SDI documentary workshop in Palestine, organised by the British Council & the Young Palestinian Filmmakers Society.
Screening Formats: Digi-Beta, DVD
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Nour Festival London 2013 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Eclectik Montreal 2013 (Canada)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Encounters 2013 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Transeuropa 2013 (Poland)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival 2014 (Canada)
Compilation Screened at:
Yogyakarta Documentary Film Festival 2013 (Indonesia)
EcransMed 2104 (Canada)
British Council Website
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