This film explores how artists in Palestine and Israel conceive of working with the other, creatively.
The Glass Wall:
In 2009 Iranian-American theatre artist, educator, scholar, Mahmood Karimi-Hakak spent a year in Israel & Palestine on a mission to create a theatrical collaboration with participants on both sides of the decades-old conflict in that region. He discovered the 760 km concrete wall made any such artistic collaboration meaningless, if not impossible. Karimi-Hakak asks theatre artists from both Palestine and Israel to express their thoughts/feelings towards The Wall, its effect on their creative work and life. They are also asked to imagine The Wall as transparent and comment on what they see on the other side. This film takes us to the heart of one of the most impassioned cultural divides in our time.
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