Travel To the Middle East Through NFB Films
For all of you who’ve wanted to travel internationally but just couldn’t find the time or money… did you know there’s an NFB film for that?
Take a cinematic trip to the Middle East through 8 NFB docs!
Freelancer on the Front Lines
From Egypt to Turkey and Iraq by way of Israel and Palestine, witness the ups and downs of freelance journalism in action.
Download this film about a young poet who embarks on a journey of discovery and reconciliation while attending a poetry festival in Iran.
Take a tour through the fragmented memories of an Arab exile as director Joe Balass pulls back the curtain on the once-thriving Jewish population of Iraq.
From Baghdad to Peace Country
Watch this documentary about a Canadian artist who, in 1999, took a life-altering journey to Baghdad.
The Innocent Door
This short doc gives us an unusual view of the old city of Jerusalem, before and after the redevelopment of certain key sectors took place in the early 1970s.
The Wanted 18
Rent this feature film that mixes live footage with animation to tell the surprising tale of a herd of cows acquired by the Palestinian community of Beit Sahour that came to be seen as a security by the Israeli army.
Grassroots in Dry Lands
Download a powerful doc that follows three unconventional social workers from the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Jordan and Israel who are coming together to build a more just and civil society.
A Scent of Mint
Follow filmmaker Pierre Sidaoui as he spins the tale of his own immigration from Abey, Lebanon, to Montreal, Canada, and all that it entailed.