James Longley’s brilliant documentary “Gaza Strip” now available free online
Back in 2002, James Longley’s brilliant and then groundbreaking documentary Gaza Strip was screened to overflow crowds at the first Chicago Palestine Film Festival. I recall that the festival planners even added a second, unscheduled screening and still dozens of people had to be turned away at the door. Now, Longley has released the entire 72-minute film to watch for free online.
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