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Framing their dilemmas

Palestinian-Israeli lives and history caught in movie form

At the Boston Palestine Film Festival, “Budrus’’ tells of a Palestinian village about to be separated from its longtime livelihood. At the Boston Palestine Film Festival, “Budrus’’ tells of a Palestinian village about to be separated from its longtime livelihood.
By Jesse Singal
Globe Correspondent / October 3, 2010

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The Boston Palestine Film Festival, running through Oct. 10, comes at a vital time not just for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, but for the state of the conversation in the United States. As groups like J Street have broadened the discourse, it’s become a critical and opportune time for more Palestinian voices to join the conversation. That’s a big reason for the ... (Full article: 532 words)

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