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Cinema in Motion
2009. 57th Edition
Films
Films
Cinema in Motion
Cinema in Motion
Beit Sha’ar / Nomad’s Home / Beit Sha’ar
Iman Kamel
Egypt 
A cinematographic encounter between Egyptian filmmaker Iman Kamel and social entrepreneur and Sinai Bedouin, Selema Gabali. Even though these two Arab women were born of entirely different social and cultural circumstances within Egypt, Iman contending with her city life and Selema with her tribal existence in the mountains, the film reveals how their lives are more connected t...
A cinematographic encounter between Egyptian filmmaker Iman Kamel and social entrepreneur and Sinai Bedouin, Selema Gabali. Even though these two Arab women were born of entirely different social and cultural circumstances within Egypt, Iman contending with her city life and Selema with her tribal existence in the mountains, the film reveals how their lives are more connected than might appear on the surface.
In the Sands of Babylon
Mohamed Al-Daradji
Iraq 
Babylon, 2003. Thousands of bodies lie unidentified, their families desperate for answers. The Mass Graves of Iraq are exposed. Southern Iraq, 1991. Imprisoned as a suspected traitor, Ibrahim's innocence is destroyed by the brutality of Saddam's genocide. Finding comfort in his faith and visions of his family, Ibrahim guides the other prisoners in finding their freedom, before ...
Babylon, 2003. Thousands of bodies lie unidentified, their families desperate for answers. The Mass Graves of Iraq are exposed. Southern Iraq, 1991. Imprisoned as a suspected traitor, Ibrahim's innocence is destroyed by the brutality of Saddam's genocide. Finding comfort in his faith and visions of his family, Ibrahim guides the other prisoners in finding their freedom, before they are laid to rest In the Sands of Babylon.
Port of Memory
Kamal Aljafari
Palestine-Germany 
In what is left of the city of Jaffa, a man about to lose his house contemplates his fate. Meanwhile two women remain tied to their homes. In a nearby cafe an old captain sits motionless the whole day through, while another man moves restlessly like a fish in an aquarium.
In what is left of the city of Jaffa, a man about to lose his house contemplates his fate. Meanwhile two women remain tied to their homes. In a nearby cafe an old captain sits motionless the whole day through, while another man moves restlessly like a fish in an aquarium.
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