Dreams Deferred: The Struggle for Peace and Justice in Israel and Palestine
Dreams Deferred

First-time filmmakers Jennifer Hitchcock and Vernon Hall travel to Israel and the West Bank and show many Israeli and Palestinian voices who are engaging in nonviolent protest against the Israeli occupation.

Year: unknown

Time:

Full-length version: 68 minutes

Shorter version: 35 minutes

Watch the film’s trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAtx1WAJlfM&ab_channel=DreamsDeferredDoc

Visit the film’s website: http://www.supportisraelfreepalestine.org/documentary_site/Home.html

Watch the documentary for free here: http://www.supportisraelfreepalestine.org/documentary_site/documentary.html

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