This half-hour television documentary is a first-person account of a filmmaker's visit to Jerusalem and the Israeli-occupied territories in May, 1988. An intimate personal view of Palestinian life under Israeli occupation in which the filmmaker becomes a participant in the story.
In November 1982, 150,000 Vietnam veterans came to Washington, D.C. to participate in five days of emotional ceremonies ending in the dedication of the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial Wall. This film is about those five days of healing, sadness, joy and pride.
This unusual co-production of NHK (Japanese) television and ABC News was undertaken for the 50th anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor - a historic event seen very differently by the American and Japanese people.
Profiles the personal, social and political aspects of Islamic activism in Egypt, asking why people become fundamentalists, how fundamentalist communities coalesce, how they attempt to change their society, and how they view their relationships with the secular world.
Follows Milhem and Bar-On for five weeks as they travel across America to advocate and explain their fundamental convictions: that neither side can be defeated by violence and that the only solution is to divide the land into two states, Israel and Palestine.