Nazareth Cinema Lady
Documentaries • 52m
This is the story of Safa Dabour, a religious Muslim from Nazareth, who established the first and only Arab cinematheque in Israel. Safa's father and husband passed away while she was a young mother to two young boys however years later she succeeded in taking charge of her own fate and freedom and established the cinematheque. Unfortunately it was all downhill from there...
Languages: Hebrew, English & Arabic, English subtitles
Director: Nurit Jacobs-Yinon
Producers: Nurit Jacobs-Yinon, Yifat Prestelnik, Zohar Yinon
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