This year's London Israeli film and television festival includes the UK premieres of Rock The Casbah and Igor And The Cranes, a retrospective on the work of Assi Dayan and a special focus on short films made by women. It explores the first and second intifadas and stories of Isrelis and Palestinians coming together in a spirit of cooperation. Contrasting the perspectives of old and young Israel people, it also looks at gay and lesbian issues and the rejection of religious orthodoxy.

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Rock The Casbah
Rock The Casbah
A young Israeli soldier is killed in a guerilla attack in Gaza, with a profound effect on those left behind.
Out In The Dark
Out In The Dark
An Israeli lawyer and a Palestinian student begin a secret gay love affair.
The Gatekeepers
The Gatekeepers
Six former heads of Israel’s internal security agency, the Shin Bet, discuss their nation’s past, present and future.

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How The Gatekeepers opened up
Dror Moreh on documenting the opinions of six former Shin Bet chiefs.
Rock on
Yariv Horowitz on Rock The Casbah and trying to bring together Arab and Israeli audiences.
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