"Five Broken Cameras" Screened to Israeli Youth

"Five Broken Cameras" was nominated to the Oscars for 2013, but will the Oscars help to bring this film to Israeli youth? "Five Broken Cameras" is the engaging story of Palestinian cameraman, Emad Burnat, who documented 6 years of the Non-violent movement in his village, Bil'in.

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