You will prepare and submit a term paper on Gaza Film Festival in NY. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on Gaza Film Festival in NY. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. The University of New York’s Hagop Kevorkian Centre for Near East Studies was the center that represented these films free to the public as part of the Visual Culture Series of the Fall of 2014 from the management of the university. The festival was instrumental in displaying the reality of Gaza post-conflict with the Israeli military (NYU, 1). The films that were featured were diverse enough in their presentation but failed to display critical elements of the life of the children and families living in Gaza after experiencing recurring conflict and devastation.“Tears of Gaza” was shown on the first day of the festivals on September 5th from 5 pm. A documentary covers the disturbing and devastating effects of the bombing of Gaza around the period of 2008 and 2009 by the military of Israeli. The film is directed by Vibeke Lokkeberg as a record of the occurrences during and after the devastating war as captured by several camera operators forms the Palestinian media. The epitome focus of the film is the civilian population that was adversely affected by the attacks of the military of Israeli. The film assumes that the target of the Israeli weaponry was, in fact, the civilian population and not the government of Gaza. The film however fails to point out factors that led to attacks that adversely affected the civilian population. Some of these aspects include Hamas having their rocket launchers next to schools and hospitals to use them as a shield and cover against international policies that exclude military strike that is directed on the civilians (Wahad, 1).“Flying paper” was the second film that was featured in this year’s Gaza film festival in New York. The film was shown on September 5 at 6.30 pm. Sawhney Nitin and Hill Roger direct this film. It is a record of an inspiring story that focuses on the children of Gaza following the footsteps of one child called Musa and a journalist, Abber from a refugee camp in Jabal. Musa is depicted as a kite maker with charisma from Seifa village.&nbsp. &nbsp.

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