About the film:
It’s 1992. Israeli Palestinian relations are at all time low. In an attempt to stop the bloodshed, a small group of Israelis and Palestinians meet in Oslo–secretly and against the law. Their meetings lead to negotiations that come tantalizingly close to a final peace deal. The film provides a behind-the-scenes look at the Oslo Accords and their dramatic repercussions. It is based on personal diaries of senior Palestinian, Israeli and American officials who participated in the talks. Includes interviews with the major players, dramatized recreations and historical footage. An important film for anyone who wants to understand the conflict and what might it might take to end it.
Canadian Friends of Peace Now has 10 free tickets to give away to the May 1, 9:00 pm showing. The first five people to contact us with a donation pledge will be eligible for a pair of tickets. Contact Rachel Katz at the firstname.lastname@example.org and she will respond to take your donation information.