World Video | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Natural Events | Trade | NZ in World News | NZ National News Video | NZ Regional News | Search

 


“No One Need Cry” Jenin Documentary available

“No One Need Cry” Jenin Documentary available

Within days after the Jenin massacre in April, 2002, when U.N. observers were denied access, when most journalists were kept away, filmmaker Maren Karlitsky began documenting what had just happened (and was to some extent still happening). She went with IWPS and ISM, interviewed the camp residents and filmed what they found as they returned.

The result is "No One Need Cry," a powerful, 34-minute documentary of scenes not shown on the nightly news, despite the rule that "if it bleeds, it leads." Without narration, the Palestinian victims tell their own story, and the camera sees what they see. I have seen it numerous times, but it still chokes me each time. This is the footage no one was ever supposed to get, effectively edited into a coherent and chilling tale.

Maren has authorized the ISM support group in Northern California to reproduce and distribute the NTSC version of the film in North America, to benefit ISM and IWPS. The reproduction is high quality, made professionally from a beta master with English subtitles. I have also added four minutes of footage from Israeli television (rebroadcast by Al-Manar News in English) of Israeli soldiers describing methods of torturing and killing Palestinians. (The program was about soldiers recovering from their experiences.) If you would like a copy, please send $20/copy plus $3 S&H/copy for up to 4 copies. If you want more than four copies, I will figure the S&H separately. I also have some copies without the extra 4 minutes, if you prefer. Checks should be made to ISM and sent to 405 Vista Heights Rd., El Cerrito, CA 94530. OK to use for your own fundraisers without additional authorization. We want people to see this with their own eyes!

Please forward this message to anyone you think might want to know.


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
World Headlines

 

At The UN: Paris Climate Agreement Moves Closer To Entry Into Force

The Paris Agreement on climate change moved closer toward entering into force in 2016 as 31 more countries joined the agreement today at a special event hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. More>>

ALSO:

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On The End Game In Spain (And Other World News)

The coverage of international news seems almost entirely dependent on a random selection of whatever some overseas news agency happens to be carrying overnight... Here are a few interesting international stories that have largely flown beneath the radar this past week. More>>

Amnesty/Human Rights Watch: Appalling Abuse, Neglect Of Refugees On Nauru

Refugees and asylum seekers on Nauru, most of whom have been held there for three years, routinely face neglect by health workers and other service providers who have been hired by the Australian government, as well as frequent unpunished assaults by local Nauruans. More>>

ALSO:

Other Australian Detention

Gordon Campbell: On The Censorship Havoc In South Africa’s State Broadcaster

Demands have included an order to staff that there should be no further negative news about the country’s President Jacob Zuma, and SABC camera operators responsible for choosing camera angles that have allegedly made the President ‘look shorter’ were to be retrained... More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On A Bad Week For Malcolm Turnbull, And The Queen

Malcolm Turnbull’s immediate goal – mere survival – is still within his grasp... In every other respect though, this election has been a total disaster for the Liberals. More>>

ALSO:

Gordon Campbell: On Bidding Bye Bye To Boris

Boris Johnson’s exit from the contest for Conservative Party leadership supports the conspiracy theory that he never really expected the “Leave” option to win the referendum – and he has no intention now of picking up the poisoned chalice that managing the outcome will entail... More>>

ALSO:

Get More From Scoop

 
 
 
 
 
World
Search Scoop  
 
 
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news