Italy | 72 min | color | Pal | 16:9 | 2010

Hebron is a city dominated by hate. Out of all the occupied Palestinian territories, it’s the only one to have an Israeli settlement in the inner city: 600 settlers are protected by 2,000 Israeli soldiers in a city of 160,000 Palestinians. The existing conflict in Hebron has morphed into a war between neighbours, where the objective is to conquer one more piece of the city each day, to keep the enemy at bay or simply just to endure. Spitting, kicking, aggression and insults are simply part of daily life. The women, children and army, all participate in this war between neighbours.



director, photography and sound Giulia Amati e Stephen Natanson
editing Giulia Amati
Sound editing Matteo Di Simone
colorist Gianluca Palma e Victor Perez
visual effects Victor Perez

a BLINK BLINK PROD production



- Italian Golden Globes, Best Documentary
- Nastri D’Argento, Honorable Mention
- Davide di Donatello | Nominated
- Aljazeera International Documentary FF, Jury Award
- Buenos Aires Human Rights FF, Best Film and SIGNIS Award
- Festival International du Film des Droits de l’Homme de Paris, Grand Prix Documentaire de Création
- Bellaria Film Festival, Best Film
- Libero Bizzarri Film Festival, Special Jury Award
- International Exile Film Festival Gothenburg, Official Selection
- Colorado Woman Film Festival, Official Selection
- Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, Official Selection
- Watch Doc FF Warsaw, Official Selection
- Amal FF, Spain, Best Documentary and Audience Award
- Cinema.Doc, Best Film and Audience Award
- Doc.It Professional, AMG International Award
- Medimed Film Festival, Honorable Mention


- Festival dei Popoli, Best Italian Documentary
- Human Rights Watch FF (London - Chicago - New York - Toronto), Official Selection
- Al Ard FF, Best Director and Audience Award
- Human Rights Film Festival Naples, Best Film
- Mumbai Film Festival, Official Selection
- Minneapolis St. Paul International FF, Official Selection


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