From Adam Shapiro, forwarded by Sam Bahour at ePalestine
I am pleased to inform you that my latest documentary work, "Chronicles of a Refugee," that I completed with 2 colleagues, is available now for purchase online via our distributor, Palestine Online Store. You can order by going to:
This film series is an unprecedented effort; a kind of people's history of the Palestinian refugee experience on the global level. Rather than focusing on one camp or one country, we filmed all over the world to put together a social history, and then to tackle some major issues facing Palestinians today, including difficult, often taboo subjects.
|...an intimate look at the lives of a people who have often been at the center of regional and global events, but who are often overlooked as individuals, families and people...|
For both Palestinians and their solidarity supporters, this film will serve as a key point of discussion and debate, something we hope to achieve through various interactive mechanisms, including organized screenings in communities around the world.
For those who are interested in the region, this film serves as an intimate look at the lives of a people who have often been at the center of regional and global events, but who are often overlooked as individuals, families and people.
Please consider purchasing a copy for your family and letting others know as well. Sales of the film will help subsidize free distribution of the film in refugee camps and in Gaza, and to any Palestinian family that cannot afford to pay. We are keen to get this film series into each and every Palestinian household worldwide.
If you are interested in helping to organize screenings in your area, or if you would like to help in other ways (especially with translation!), please let me know by writing to:
We also have a Facebook group for the film series set up at:
And soon we will have a website up and running...If you are interested in updates and screenings, please also send me an email to the address above so i can add you to the announcement list (or sign up for the Facebook group). The website will have an interactive feature, so that discussions can occur globally about the issues raised in the film.
Many thanks for your support and I hope you will consider purchasing a copy.
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