A Letter To A Friend In Gaza
Makram J. Khoury, Yael Abecassis, Clara Khoury, Bruno Maurice, Kioomars Musayyebi, Alexey Kochetkov and Amos Gitai
Mahmoud Darwish, Yizhar Smilansky, Emile Habibi, Amira Hass, Wislawa Szymborska and Albert Camus.
'As you return home, to your home, think of others (do not forget the people of the camps).' - Mahmoud Darwish.
'We sink in our choosing to go along with the herd, wicked and enjoyable in its own right?' - Amira Hass.
When today’s current events become our children’s history lessons, how will they view our actions? In the film-maker Amos Gitai’s multimedia performance, four actors—two Palestinian and two Israeli—address the foundations of the conflict at the Israel-Gaza border. A Letter to a Friend in Gaza stitches together film, music, and poetry in a tribute to French writer Albert Camus’ Letters to a German Friend, in which he sought to find common ground between warring peoples. Likewise, Gitai seeks to create a space for listening among opposed perspectives.
You can also join us for A reading of Efratia Gitai Correspondences on Sun 24 Nov at 6:00 pm.
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