May 14, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
'5 Broken Cameras' to be shown Friday
The screening will serve as a part of the congregation's Peace, Justice and Sustainability Film Series.
The News Tribune
TCC's Diversity Film Festival returns
Tickets: $7.50 for matinees; $9.50 for evenings, $7.50 any showing for military and seniors, $2 for Tacoma Community College students Information: tacomacc.edu/filmfestival , grandcinema.com Now 4 years old, Tacoma Community College's annual Diversity Film Festival returns to the Grand Cinema this weekend with six films from across the world that ... (more)
Oscar recognition of 'Palestine' a good step
Increasingly over the past few years, films about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict have made their way from the war-torn region to Hollywood.
Sunday: Screening of 'Five Broken Cameras' at Broad Street UMC
When Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi were nominated for an Oscar for '5 Broken Cameras,' it was branded an 'Israeli' film.