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Stitching Palestine

Synopsis
Twelve Palestinian women talk of their life before the Diaspora; of their memories, of their lives and of their identity. Their narratives are connected by the enduring thread of the ancient art of embroidery. Twelve resilient, determined and articulate women from disparate walks of life stitch together the story of their homeland, of their dispossession, and of their unwavering determination that justice will prevail.

Producer Muna Khalidi
Production company
Forward Film Production
E-mail: 
munakhalidi@fwdprod.com
www.forwardfilmproduction.com

Research Muna Khalidi
Text Sahar Mandour
Embroidery camera Talal Khoury
Graphics Fourate Chahal
Theme song Nai Barghouthi
Most important cast
Amal Kaawash / Leila Khaled / Laila Atshan / Malak Husseini Abdul Rahim / Sima Tuqan Ghandour / Dina Nasser / Nazmiyyeh Salem / Suad al-Amiry / Raeda Taha / Mary Nazzal Batayneh / Huda al-Imam / Salma al-Yassir
Language Arabic and English with English subtitles

Director: Carol Mansour

Biography
Carol Mansour (born in Beirut, Lebanon, 1961) is a Palestinian/Lebanese independent documentary filmmaker who has achieved international recognition and honor for her films, with over 50 film festival screenings and official selections worldwide. Her films have won numerous prestigious awards including Best Documentary Award at the Al-Ard Film Festival in Sardinia most recently. Carol’s work reflects her concern for human rights and social justice, covering issues such as migrant workers, refugees, mental health, rights of people with disabilities, war and memory, right to health, environmental issues, and child labor.

Filmography
2017 Stitching Palestine / 2016 It’s Just Another Place / 2014 We cannot go there now, my Dear / 2013 Not Who We Are / 2012 We Want To Know / 2011 Where do I begin? / 2011 All for the Nation / 2010 I Come From a Beautiful Place / 2009 Voices from Yemen / 2008 Maid in Lebanon II: Voices from Home / 2007 A Summer Not to Forget / 2006 Invisible Children / 2005 Maid in Lebanon / 2002 100% Asphalt