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Channels of Rage

(Doc., 72 min., DVD/BETA, 2003)
  • Written & Directed by: Anat Halachmi
  • Produced by: Anat Halachmi – Anat Halachmi Productions, Tel Aviv
  • Sponsored by: The New Foundation for Cinema & Television and Israel’s Documentary Channel

Synopsis

“Blood is spilled and it spills more blood…I am dying to live but living to die.” Subliminal is a proud Zionist rapper who, with fellow artist MC Tamer, a pro-Palestinian Arab, seeks co-existence in the underground Israeli rap scene. Their belief that the language of hip hop can traverse the political tensions of the region to reunite their people is soon shattered as lyrical battles begin to spill onto the streets. This explosive and dynamic documentary explores the tensions between the patriotism of Subliminal’s rhymes and Tamer’s Palestinian nationalism to create a unique commentary on the broader political conflicts within the Middle East.


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Awards

  • Best Documentary Award - Israefest Film Festival, USA, 2005
  • Special Mention - Warsaw Jewish Film Festival, Poland, 2005
  • Best Documentary Award at the Wolgin Competition - The Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2003

Festivals

  • University of Arizona, 2008
  • Hillel of Greater Toronto, Canada, 2006
  • Sguardi Altrove International Women Film Festival, Italy, 2006
  • Wuerzburg Film Week, Germany, 2005
  • Westchester Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2005
  • Tucson Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2005
  • Congregation Brith Tzedek V'Shalom, USA, 2005
  • House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany, 2005
  • New College of Florida, USA, 2005
  • Toronto Jewish Film Festival, Canada, 2005
  • Pioneer Theater, East Village, NYC, USA, 2005
  • NatFilm International Documentary Film Festival, Denmark, 2005
  • Cincinnati Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2005
  • Tucson Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2005
  • The Annual Conference of Jewish Museums, Atlanta, USA, 2005
  • Hillel at the University of Florida, USA, 2005
  • The 31st International Film Weekend in Wuerzburg, Germany, 2005
  • The Boston Jewish Film Festival, 2004
  • Hamilton Jewish Film Festival, Canada, 2004
  • Montpellier Mediterannean Film Festival, France, 2004
  • Vancouver International Film Festival, Canada, 2004
  • Helsinki International Film Festival, Finland, 2004
  • Munich International Film Festival, Germany, 2004
  • Made In Israel Film Festival, New York City, 2004
  • The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, USA, 2004
  • Syracuse International Film & Video Film Festival, USA, 2004
  • Israfest - New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, USA, 2004
  • REAL: Life on Film International Documentary Festival, Australia, 2004
  • San Francisco Israel Film Center, USA, 2004
  • Amsterdam International Film Festival (IDFA), 2003
  • The Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2003

Educational

  • Smith College
  • Denver University
  • Emory University
  • University of Denver
  • UCLA
  • B'nai Jeshurun Synagogue, USA
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Ohio State University
  • DePauw University
  • University of Indiana
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • Arizona University
  • Georgia State University
  • Andover Phillips Academy
  • Cornell University
  • George Washington University
  • New College of Florida
  • Hillel at UCLA
  • California State University
  • Hillel at Calgary University
  • Columbia University
  • Maryland University
  • Harvard University
  • Limmud, NY
  • Hillel at Great Toronto University
  • University of Technology
  • University of Michigan
  • Dickinson College
  • Lawrenceville School
  • University of California, Irvine
  • Syracuse University
  • Munster University
  • Oxnard College

Press and Links

An article by the German film critic Klaus Eder about the Jerusalem Film Festival in general, and "Channels of Rege", in particular.
http://www.fipresci.org/festivals/archive/2003/jerusalem_2003/jerusalem_2003_keder.htm

 
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