Imprisoning a Generation
Imprisoning a Generation is a documentary film following the stories of four young Palestinians who have been detained and imprisoned under the Israeli military and political systems. Their perspectives, along with the voices of their families, combine to form a lens into the entangled structures of oppression that expand well beyond the prison walls.
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System of Identification
In light of the Israeli national elections taking place, an excerpt from the film has been released highlighting the system of identification used to control access to movement, services and participation in political systems.
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Imprisoning a Generation Credits
Directed and produced by Zelda Edmunds
Associate Producers: Jesus Contreras & Nathaniel Edmunds
Production Company: Anemoia Projects
Narrator: Hala Gores
Motion Graphics: Jesus Contreras & Nathaniel Edmunds
Camera: Zelda Edmunds
Editor: Jesus Contreras
Translation: Sawsan Jamal
Mohammad Al Azza, Haitham Al Khatib, Farihan Farrah, Salma a-Deb'i, International Solidarity Movement, Palestinian Human Rights Defenders, B'Tselem, Badil, Lajee Center, Youth Against Settlements, Al Jazeera, ABC
Soonz (Miracle), Ali Choolaei (A little Song for Oud), Mohamed Askari (Nay Taqsim), B’Tselem (The Prisoners’ Children), Miuziki HD (Syria Dabke Dance Masters, Youtube Creative Commons), Trailer: Kofia (Leve Palestina)
Funding provided by:
Hannah L. Schuller & an anonymous donor