This film was created by students in World Film Collective’s Level 1 Documentary workshop at the Bint Al-Wazir school in Ramallah, Palestine. The girls at this school face a serious problem at break time, as the hierarchies that develop in any school prevent the younger girls from accessing the canteen.
Members of the Aida Refugee Camp in Palestine are facing difficult challenges posed by the current economic crisis, as documented in this film created by participants from WFC’s Level 2 Documentary Filmmaking workshop.
WFC Founder Member, Nidal Atrash, talks about why World Film Collective is helpful in Palestine and his own personal reasons for getting involved. Shot by Alice Bragg in 2007, this film was also used to test whether mobile phones had the capability to shoot viable footage and whether that footage could be exported and edited. […]
Nearly 10% of the girls at this school in Balata Refugee Camp are late each morning. See why this is creating problems in this film created by participant’s from WFC’s Documentary Workshop in Palestine.
A film made by the participants in Palestine – this drama looks into the isolation and frustration of Khalid. Our young filmmakers have depicted the struggle Khalid faces as the youngest son, living in the shadow of his older brother. (Filmed in 2010)
This “behind the scenes” documentary charts the progress of the workshop held in Al Rowwad Cultural Centre, Aida Camp, Bethlehem, Palestine, July 2008. Listen as participants share their experience of learning to make films using mobile phones!