Natasha goes to Limburg to collect her brother Ramses, who has joined a sect, so he can consent to cutting their father's life support.
BBC production consisting of work contributed by young Palestinian film makers.
Directed by Rida Myassar.
In 1982, Israel invaded Lebanon and occupied its capital, Beirut. The film is a rare example of a PLO film made after the PLO’s departure from Beirut. It documents the burned and destroyed cultural and educational centers from which Israelis stole films, photographs, and historical and contemporary manuscripts. It includes interviews with key members of the Palestinian cultural scene such as Mahmoud Darwish and Ismail Shammout and those in charge of cultural and educational centers that were destroyed.
This fascinating documentary explores the life and music of Saz, an Arab rapper living in a Jewish neighborhood who offers up a unique perspective as he creates music he hopes will aid in the reconciliation between Israel and Palestine. Believing people of differing viewpoints can come together as they enjoy his music, Saz travels from Tel Aviv and Haifa to London, presenting his own kind of musical peace treaty wherever he goes.
When the International Court of Justice (ICJ) elevates the Palestinian cause to a new level of visibility in the 2004 case against the wall, many around the world saw it as a historic turning point for Palestine and International Law. But will history turn? Broken is a filmmaker’s journey across three continents, attempting to find answers.
A Palestinian Journey Through International Law, is a compelling documentary about international law and its broken promises at the example of the 700 km-long wall between Israel and the Palestinian territories. In its 2004 Advisory Opinion, the International Court of Justice in The Hague declared the Wall illegal. Now, 14 years later, the Wall is nearing completion. Director Mohammed Alater tries to understand how this is possible.
Earth: Final Conflict is a Canadian science fiction television series based on story ideas created by Gene Roddenberry, and produced under the guidance of his widow, Majel Barrett-Roddenberry. It was not produced, filmed or broadcast until after his death. It ran for five seasons between October 6, 1997, and May 20, 2002. The original title for the show was Battleground: Earth, but the producers changed it because it sounded too much like L. Ron Hubbard's novel, Battlefield Earth. The executive producer was Majel Barrett-Roddenberry. She also appeared in some early episodes as the character Dr Julianne Belman. Barrett was in possession of notes Roddenberry kept of story and series ideas; after his death, these notes provided the basis for this series.
Conflict is a 1956 ABC series that directly succeeded Warner Brothers Presents. It is most famous for having hosted the effective pilots of 77 Sunset Strip and Maverick. Although it assumed the same time slot as its predecessor, the two do not share the same format. Where Warner Brothers Presents had been a wheel series, Conflict was a fully anthological series. However, since Cheyenne and Conflict alternated the Tuesday 7:30pm time slot, the net effect was that of a proper wheel series—even though Cheyenne and Conflict were not under the same umbrella title. The name change was imposed upon its production company, Warner Bros., by ABC executives who believed that "conflict" was the missing element in Casablanca and King's Row from Warner Brothers Presents. The show does not fit neatly into standard American television seasons. It technically superseded Warner Brothers Presents after Casablanca concluded its run in April 1956. And it seems to have provided at least one week of new material at the beginning of the 1957 season, before Sugarfoot, starring Will Hutchins, took its place.
Conflict is a TVB television series, premiered on October 2, 1978. Theme song "Conflict" composition and arrangement by Joseph Koo, lyricist by Wong Jim, sung by Jenny Tseng.
People in Conflict was an afternoon program that appeared on CTV Television Network every weekday from October 1, 1962 through September 11, 1970. It ran for half an hour and covered two different stories of real people suffering from emotional crises. It was originally produced in the Vancouver CTV affiliate CHAN-TV but was moved to Montreal's CFCF-TV in the late 1960s to take advantage of the new color television cameras. The show was later produced in Australia produced by John Pond and Channel 7.
Imagine being the only child your whole life, and then suddenly finding yourself gaining 13 step-brothers! Ema Hinata's lonely life takes a new and exciting turn when her single father Rintarou Hinata, a famous adventurer, falls in love and marries Miwa Asahina, an apparel maker. In order to give the newly-wed couple space, Ema starts living with her new step-brothers in a mansion called Sunrise Residence and for the first time, experiences being part of a lively and big family. She finally feels safe and content. Each brother has his own unique personality, and Ema soon realizes that it is not only family love that grows between them, but romance as well. Which brother will be the one to steal her heart in the end?