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17 MAY 2015

Al Nakba: Documentary on the Palestinian Catastrophe

"Al Nakba, documentary (200 min) -produced by Al Jazeera- was first broadcasted in Arabic on the 60th anniversary of the Palestinian catastrophe. It was translated into English in 2009 and then into four different languages: French, German, Spanish and Italian. Al Nakba won the prize for the best long documentary about Palestine in Al Jazeera Fifth International Film Festival (Doha/Qatar) and the audience award in Amal Ninth Euro-Arab Film Festival (Santiago/Spain). It participated in other film festivals in Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Jordan, Egypt and Palestine."

"Al Nakba" (2008). directed by: Rawan Damen

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1799 • 19482008 • 60th anniversary • Al Jazeera • Al Nakba (2008) • Arab-Israeli war • archive material • British expansion • British Mandate in Palestine • catastrophecolonisation • dispossession • European imperialism • expulsion • four-part series • historyhistory of conflictideological intoleranceIndigenous peopleIsraelIsraeli-Palestinian conflictMiddle EastNapoleon BonaparteOttoman EmpirePalestine • Palestinian catastrophe • Palestinian exodus • Palestinian territories • Palestinian tragedy • Rawan DamenrefugeeState of Israeltelevision documentaryterritorialisation • The Nakba • Zionist

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
30 SEPTEMBER 2008

Otolith: sci-fi documentary

"A sci–fi documentary by The Otolith Group (Anjalika Sagar and Kodwun Eshun) [and Richard Couzins]. The film continues a long tradition from Chris Marker and Jean–Luc Godard, to Black Audio Collective. A film essay based on new newsreels and classic archive material. The guiding principle behind the film is the destabilisation of the traditional concept of time as a linear, progressive process. Here time is more relative: By locating ourselves in the future we can look back at the past from a new perspective and thereby generate the potential to create alternatives to the present. The directors call this 'Post–potential futures,' and have directed a sci–fi story about a woman who has to stay in outer space because the earth has become inaccessible to humans. Her voice guides us through a narrative interweaving public versions and private memories from a new radicalised and reflective perspective. A unique synthesis of fiction and documentary.

Director: The Otolith Group (Anjalika Sagar, Kodwo Eshun), Richard Couzins)"

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archive material • Black Audio Collective • Chris Markercinema • Couzins • CPHDOX 2006 • documentary • Eshun • filmfilm essayfilm festivalJean-Luc Godard • newsreels • Otolith Group • post-potential futures • Sagar • sci-fiteleologicaltime

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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