Holy Land: A film about the West Bank
Holy Land

Filmmaker Peter Cohn had never been to Israel or the West Bank, and he assumed the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would never end. When he visited with his son in 2011, he realized he was wrong. The film follows Israeli settlers and the Palestinians and Israelis who oppose them over the course of a year; instead of arguing for one side or another, it seeks to show the audience why they should care about the conflict and its resolution.

Year: unknown


Full-length: 82 minutes

Shorter version: 56 minutes

Watch the film’s trailer: https://www.holylandfilm.com/trailer/

Visit the film’s website: https://www.holylandfilm.com/

Stream for free on Amazon prime or purchase the film here: https://www.holylandfilm.com/the-film/

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