Mostra De Valencia 2018

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Wajib Wajib
Wajib and The Reports On Sarah And Saleem
3000 Nights (Country: Occupied Palestinian Territory, France, Jordan, Lebanon; Year: 2015; Director: Mai Masri; Writer: Mai Masri; Stars: Yussuf Abu-Warda, Raida Adon, Maisa Abd Elhadi, Haifa Al-Agha, Hana Chamoun, Khitam Edelbi, Nour Chamoun, Laura Hawa, Hanan Dawwas, George Khleifi, Nadira Omran, Ahmed El-Omari, Anaheed Fayyad, Eman Hayel, Annemarie Jacir)
Drama about a young Palestinian who discovers she is pregant shortly after being jailed by Israel.
Dégradé (Country: France, Lebanon, Occupied Palestinian Territory; Year: 2015; Director: Arab Nasser, Tarzan Nasser; Writer: Arab Nasser, Tarzan Nasser; Stars: Hiam Abbass, Raya Khatib, Maisa Abdelhadi, Dina Simon, Raneem Daoud, Manal Awad)
Comedy set in a beauty parlour on the Gaza Strip.
Love, Theft And Other Entanglements (Al-hob wa al-sariqa wa mashakel ukhra) (Country: Palestine; Year: 2015; Director: Muayad Alayan; Writer: Muayad Alayan, Rami Musa Alayan; Stars: Maya Abu Alhayyat, Mustafa Abu Hanood, Valantina Abu Osqa, Mahmood Alayan, Tariq Alayan, Osama Awad, Kamel El Basha, Nabil Hamouz, Louise Heem, Alba Laipe Sira, Ramzi Maqdisi, Sami Metwasi, Hussein Nakhleh, Fida Nasser, Mohammad Othman)
A car thief finds he has militants on his tail after he steals the wrong car.
Omar (Year: 2013; Director: Hany Abu-Assad; Stars: Waleed Zuaiter, Adam Bakri, Samer Bisharat, Eyad Hourani, Leem Lubany)
Three childhood friends and a young woman find their relaonships destroyed by the pressures of the Palestinian struggle.
The Reports On Sarah And Saleem (Country: Palestine, The Netherlands, Germany, Mexico; Year: 2018; Director: Muayad Alayan; Writer: Rami Musa Alayan; Stars: Maisa Abd Elhadi, Mohammad Eid, Kamel El Basha, Ishai Golan, Bashar Hassuneh, Hanan Hillo, Amer Khalil, Sivane Kretchner, Jan Kühne, Adeeb Safadi, Rebecca Esmeralda Telhami, Mohammad Titi, Maisa Abd Elhadi, Mohammad Eid, Kamel El Basha)
A man and a woman from two disparate worlds meet at nights just to have sex. However, when they get caught, the extra-marital relationship between an Israeli woman and a Palestinian man causes tensions in the socio-politically divided Jerusalem.
Dégradé Dégradé
Dégradé and When I Saw You
When I Saw You (Lamma Shoftak) (Country: Palestinian Territories, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Greece; Year: 2012; Director: Annemarie Jacir; Stars: Mahmoud Asfa, Saleh Bakri, Ruba Blal, Firas Taybeh, Ali Elayan)
A boy from a refugee camp goes in search of his father and makes friends with PLO fighters.
Wajib (Country: Occupied Palestinian Territory; Year: 2017; Director: Annemarie Jacir; Writer: Annemarie Jacir; Stars: Mohammad Bakri, Saleh Bakri, Maria Zreik)
A father and his son come together to deliver wedding invitations.
Writing On Snow (Country: Palestine, Tunisia; Year: 2017; Director: Rashid Masharawi; Writer: Rashid Masharawi, Ibrahim Mozain; Stars: Ghassan Massoud, Ramzi Maqdisi, Areen Omari, Amr Waked, Yumna Marwan, Ghassan Massoud, Ramzi Maqdisi, Areen Omari, Amr Waked, Yumna Marwan)
When five Palestinians are trapped in an apartment during the war on the Gaza Strip they find they are torn between political and social divisoins.
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