Ottawa Screening of Documentary on the Conflict in Palestine: Partners for Peace

In-depth Report:

Partners for Peace is a feature-length documentary film that follows a delegation of American and Canadian women on a journey to Palestine. Their quest is to learn about the decades-long conflict and to reach out in solidarity to women activists striving amidst the turmoil. Confronted by the complex and brutal depth of the conflict, they are inspired by the commitment and sacrifices of the women they meet, and challenged to ask difficult questions of themselves–and of us all.

Place: The Alumni Auditorium, 85 University Private, University of Ottawa

Date: May 17th , 2014 @ 5 pm door opens.

Film @ 5:30 pm Suggested donation: $10   or $5 dollars for students and low income.

Key Film Credits

Director Ed Kucerak

Producers & Writers

Jane Gurr &  Ed Kucerak

Editor & Associate Producer

Jith Paul Narration

Marisa Tomei

Director of Photography Shira Richter, Additional Camera  Enas I. Al-Muthaffar, Raya Knopov, Ahmad Bargouthi, Harry Ferderber, Josh Miller & Mark Perkins

Photos Judy Rand, Marie Dion & Vera Reider

Original Music & Sound Design Andrew Huggett

“Time To Sing a New Song” Sara Marlowe, from the CD A World to Win: Songs From the Struggle for Global Justice

Original Vocals Emma Huggett

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