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Directed by | Alana Avery

Genre documentary  |  Length: 30mins  |  Year of production: 2006

This informative documentary is a journey through the West Bank with Palestinians who have lived under occupation for decades. They face daily oppression not just at checkpoints and roadblocks, but extending into their schools, homes and businesses. Encircled by The Separation Wall, geographically fractured by fences or road closures, forced to live in refugee camps, and surrounded by surveillance towers and soldiers, this is everyday life in the West Bank. Filmed on a minuscule budget as part of a student report, Alana Avery’s documentary is a firsthand insight into the many impediments to normal life for Palestinians living under occupation.