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Screening of multi-award-winning documentary

A Stone's Throw Away by Norwegian director Line Halvorsen profiles three boys from a refugee camp outside Bethlehem. The screening takes place 17 February at Stanhope Centre for Communications Policy and Research, Stanhope Place, London.

17/02/2004 ::

Film

This multi-award-winning documentary profiles three boys from the Deheishe refugee camp outside Bethlehem. In a period where normal becomes abnormal we follow the boys through a summer of curfew. (Director: Line Halvorsen, Photographer: Tone Andersen, Producer: Zulu Film, Year of production 2003, Length: 51 minutes)

Discussion

The film’s photographer, Tone Andersen, who is based in the West Bank, will take questions and discuss the challenges that she faces as a media worker in a conflict situation.

Opportunity

Do take this opportunity to meet other colleagues, researchers and friends who are interested in media- and development-related issues.

This free event is jointly organised by Media 19 and Mosaikon Ltd, with the kind support of the Stanhope Centre.

For more information, please contact Alicia at 07887 695 897or alicia.ong@mosaikon.com

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A boy flies a kite in the Deheishe refugee camp outside Bethlehem