It’s hard to imagine anybody living a normal life in the Gaza Strip. Frequently labeled as the world’s largest open-air prison, this is a beautiful portrait of everyday Gazan citizens, leading meaningful lives beyond the rubble of perennial conflict.
Gaza depicts a people plagued by conflict but not defined by it, painting a tender portrait of a beleaguered humanity.
Official Selection: Sundance Film Festival
Q+A with directors Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell
“Poignant and powerful documentary about day-to-day life in the war-torn city of Gaza.” — Screen International
Directors Garry Keane, Andrew Mcconnell
Producers Brendan Byrne, Paul Cadieux
Cast Manal Khalafawi, Karma Khaial, Ahmed Abu Alqoraan