Michel Khleifi is a Palestinian filmmaker born in Nazareth in 1950. He lives since 1970 in Brussels where he attended the INSAS. Wedding in Galilee was the first Palestinian-made full-length film entirely shot in Palestine. Khleifi realised and produced several documentaries and feature films, which have received many awards including the International Critics Prize at the Festival de Cannes.
Ma'loul Celebrates its destruction (1985) | Wedding in Galilee (1987) | Canticle of the Stones (1990) | Zindeeq (2009)
Eyal Sivan is an Israeli documentary filmmaker, producer and essayist, born in 1964 in Haifa. A dissident voice in his country, known for his politically engaged films that have received numerous prizes in prestigious film festivals worldwide. Co-author of the book Un Boycott légitime (“A legitimate boycott”) with Armelle Laborie, he currently teaches at the Netherlands Film Academy in Amsterdam.
A Specialist (1999) | Road 181 (co-directed with Michel Khleifi) (2003) | Jaffa The Orange’s Clock (2009) | Common State : potential conversation (2012)