Palestine Cuts

 
 

Palestine Cuts is a new space for emerging and established filmmakers and video-artists to present and discuss their work in an engaging and encouraging environment. It promotes stimulating audiovisual projects (documentary and fiction film, video, installations, etc.) that challenge existing conventions and offer critical and alternative views about Palestine and Palestinians.

Palestine Cuts also is interested in the broader regional and global socio-political, economic, and cultural context of which Palestine is an intrinsic part. In this sense, CPS hopes to bring Palestine-related work into conversation with other Arab and international filmmakers and audiovisual artists.

Through screenings, discussions, master classes as well as open and closed workshops for work in progress and finished projects, Palestine Cuts hopes to attract a wide array of artists, producers, curators, critics, scholars, activists and others interested in committed audiovisual work that opens up new spaces for imagination.

 
 

Event Archive


The Unlikely Story Behind a Palestinian Hip-Hop Film From Israel Udi Aloni's Palestinian-Israeli film, “Junction 48,” featuring Palestinian rap artist Tamer Nafar, for which CPS faculty James Schamus was the Executive Producer.

The Unlikely Story Behind a Palestinian Hip-Hop Film From Israel

Udi Aloni's Palestinian-Israeli film, “Junction 48,” featuring Palestinian rap artist Tamer Nafar, for which CPS faculty James Schamus was the Executive Producer.