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Shooting Conflicts

Directed by: Noam Shalev
48 Minutes, 2003

For seven years, Alon Bernstein, an Israeli TV news journalist working for AP, and Jimmy Michael, a Palestinian TV journalist working for BBC, have gathered the news, witnessing events from opposite sides of the conflict, filming terrorist attacks, military occupation, aftermaths of suicide bombings, peace initiatives and human suffering.

Their views and opinions are shaped and formed by personal, direct encounters with the events, undiluted by the editorial bias that dictates the daily TV news seen all over the world. In “Shooting Conflicts,” the pair reveal their first hand experiences in forthright interviews with the filmmaker.