Documentary | 80 | Post-Production
They stole our land, so we steal their cars
When a Palestinian car thief speaks back to his image on Israeli TV, these are his first words. Beneath them lie an underground network, an alternative history, and a forgotten politics.
Karam Aliis a director, editor and creative producer. Bachelor of the Higher Cinema Institute - Cairo, where he has worked for few years on many productions as “The Last Days Of The City” for Tamer Al Said, “Horro Doors” for Ahmed Khaled. After returning to Palestine, he worked as a director & creative producer at the Palestinian Museum, Al Falastineh TV & A.M. Qattan Foundation, producing promotional and artistic video content. He also worked as an editor and director’s assistant in several Palestinian productions such as “In Vitro” by Larrisa Sansour, “No Exit” by Mohanad Yaqubi, “Izriqaq” by Rama Merie & “Mafak” by Bassam Jarbawi. Co-founder of the Capoeira Freedom Collective Palestine & the Palestinian underground music collective Union.
Casey Asprooth-Jackson is a director, producer and artistic researcher from Rochester, NY. His documentary films and video works have shown internationally, and he holds an MFA in Transmedia from the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art.
Producer | Idioms Film
Co-founder of Idioms Film, Sami Said began his work as a cameraman in the West Bank during the second Intifada. As producer of the documentary Infiltrators by Khaled Jarrar, Sami won the Muhr Special Jury Prize in Producing at the Dubai Film Festival. He is also producer of Off Frame aka Revolution until Victory, a documentary by Mohanad Yaqubi, which premiered in 2016 at Toronto IFF, Dubai IFF, Berlinale and Cinema du Reel.