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Directed by | Dominique Dubosc

Genre documentary  |  Length: 38mins  |  Year of production: 2004

In July 2002, French illustrator Daniel Maja is invited to Ramallah and Gaza to develop a project for art schools in Palestine this despite the fact that most West Bank cities are under curfew at the time. Filmmaker Dominique Dubosc decides to accompany him. His film develops as a series of visual and symbolic interactions between their two gazes. In this experimental video essay, Dubosc (Palestine In Fragments) manages to convey both the horrors of the reality perceived, and the complexities and limitations of conveying what is perceived in the visual medium.