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    metaphors for the larger issues of British colonialism the 1948 and 1967 Arab Israeli wars the Palestinian experience of dispossession loss statelessness refugee status occupation immigration and activism Interviewing Palestinian families living in the US who are survivors of the Nakba also known as The Catastrophe or War of Israeli Independence and the Naksa also known as the Six Day War the film creates an oral history of the Israeli Palestinian conflict through the eyes of Palestinians and the heart of a Jew Exploring these stories the film confronts commonalities of trauma yearning immigration and the realities of injustice dispossession and the imbalance of power The narratives humanize this tortured and misunderstood history and raise voices to build a just peace in Israel and Palestine The film opens with interviews of Palestinian survivors of the 1948 and 1967 wars to personalize the factual narrative for those unfamiliar with this history This intimate storytelling provides an opportunity to explore from the vantage point of a Jewish American the voices of Palestinians and to find the human commonality Facing the truth of Palestinian dispossession is both central to understanding and peacemaking and the most difficult of tasks In the film the personal narrative is central starting with Alice s journey as a Jew born in 1948 to first generation parents growing up with Israel as a friend a source of pride and ultimately my heartbreak Like many Jewish Americans Alice succumbed to the national mythos there were no Palestinians and no Nakba There was no doubt that this land belonged rightfully to the Jews In 1981 Alice s mother Sylvia Rothchild published Voices from the Holocaust which chronicled the oral histories of survivors of the Nazi Holocaust Immersed in these stories Alice began to understand that buried in the wounds of her

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=993 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Spirited Engagement: Quaker Values in Action
    is celebrating 90 years of commitment to peace justice and equality This video tells six very human stories about AFSC projects and partners over the years moving viewers to continue spiritual and economic support of this important organization Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You Want Eyes Wide Open Rufus Jones A Luminous Life Producers Sharon Mullally Ann Tegnell Donate Categories Ann Tegnell

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=125 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » KNEE DEEP
    that big of a barrier with things like this We re coming together for a common cause Sam Goldman Wyncote Academy Student I d like to show that our group is making a real impression on society the community and the way people look at the environment That people recognize that big things can come from little groups Fred Lewis retired manager At the age I am now I m going to run out of time That s going to become a scarce thing for me I would like to use my time well and leave something of my special interests behind And it would be very satisfying to see things a little better than they would have been if I hadn t had a chance to be involved Sarah West retired teacher We spied a clot of seniors tromping through calf high snow along Philadelphia s Wissahickon Creek and thought What are these people up to We discovered their whimsy and fight AND the significant environmental impact they are making in our community One of the most satisfying results of creating KNEE DEEP has been to watch folks emerge from a screening determined to volunteer and make a difference in their own communities KNEE DEEP and the Center in the Park Senior Environment Corps has a remarkable empowering effect Ann Tegnell and Sharon Mullally producer directors Selected Awards Screenings Emmy Award nominated in the Documentary category Telly Award local broadcast television Broadcast Philadelphia Stories a project of WYBE TV35 National PBS Broadcast American Public Television Exchange Program WHYY presenting station Regional Broadcasts in over 75 markets nationwide 2006 PWD Update on the Monoshone Creek Resources KNEE DEEP Credits This program was funded in part by a grant from Philadelphia Stories a project of WYBE TV35 Philadelphia and from The

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=15 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » What DO You Want?
    the Office of the Philadelphia District Attorney to create the short film What DO You Want This program will be used to encourage young people to stop and think before making a decision that could hurt others and land them in jail Latest comments Productions Voices Across the Divide Spirited Engagement KNEE DEEP What DO You Want Eyes Wide Open Rufus Jones A Luminous Life Producers Sharon Mullally Ann Tegnell

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=47 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Eyes Wide Open
    consequences of the war Since January 2005 this exhibit has opened eyes and stirred emotions across the country an event of disturbing prophetic power National Catholic Reporter Bringing the War Home weaves together powerful footage and moving interviews from a number of American locations where Eyes Wide Open has exhibited It s sensitive layering of images words sounds and music captures the essence of Eyes Wide Open a stark reminder

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=49 (2016-05-02)
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  • extendedPLAY » Rufus Jones: A Luminous Life
    Rufus Jones life and work are explored in this video documentary which makes use of archival film and photographs audio recordings of Jones speeches and beautifully filmed contemporary footage from the places he lived and worked Students of Rufus Jones share memories of his deep spirituality his insightful activism and his keen wit creating a compelling portrait of this passionate religious leader and activist For purchase information please contact the

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=51 (2016-05-02)
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    and Good Shepherd Mediation Program Fadi Flies a Kite and Rufus Jones A Luminous Life with Barbara Attie and winner of a CINE Golden Eagle Her most recent editorial work includes Mrs Goundo s Daughter featured in the 2009 Human Rights Watch Festival the CINE Golden Eagle and UNAFF Stanford Editing Award winning Rosita Reunion A Decade Of Solas concert DVD and Queen of the Mountain a portrait of an eccentric American archaeologist working in Turkey in the 1950 s Sharon s commitment to media and women s issues is rooted in Philadelphia s first feminist radio show Learning to Fly Sharon was a producer for the groundbreaking series broadcast on WHYY FM She was the founding director of the Penn Women s Center before returning to television where she became the first female cinematographer at KYW TV3 After 10 years at television stations in Philadelphia and Baltimore Sharon left commercial broadcasting to pursue documentary production Sharon has been a board member and workshop leader for the Philadelphia Independent Film Video Association and an instructor at the Scribe Video Center Her editorial work has appeared in the SILVERDOCS Film Festival the Human Rights Watch Film Festival the DoubleTake Documentary Festival

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=964 (2016-05-02)
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    personal journey within to repair her own fractured family Completed in 2013 and now airing nationally on the PBS program Global Voices is Ninos de la Memoria Children of Memory made with producers Kathryn Smith Pyle and María Teresa Rodríguez Co funders for Niños include the Independent Television Service ITVS Latino Public Broadcasting and the Sundance Institute where Kaye María and Ann were 2011 Fellows at the Sundance Documentary Edit and Story Lab Now airing on a PBS station near you is Making Waves with producer director Frances McElroy This doc looks at access affordability and diversity in the sport of rowing Collaborations currently underway include STRATHMERE also co produced with Frances McElroy which explores the value and fate of a quirky South Jersey shore town Short works for Philadelphia arts and non profit organizations with producer Glenn Holsten include LACE for The Design Center at Philadelphia University s Lace in Translation exhibit twenty four 5 minute sketches of the 2007 and 2008 Pew Fellows spark a promotional piece for the American Association of Museums a series demonstrating the instruments and passions of Piffaro The Renaissance Band and documentary portraits of The University of Pennsylvania Merion Mercy Academy and St Francis de Sales School With PD Carol Rosenbaum Ann recently completed post on The Art Science of Labor Arbitration for The College of Labor and Employment Law It is part of a many year program to document stories of this important and very interesting corner of American law An earlier collaboration was a project for The Washington Cancer Institute of Washington Hospital Center Today s Truth Research Brings Hope The video highlights the importance of clinical trial participation for improving cancer outcomes in African Americans Ann s earlier independent documentary credits include Mirror Dance an ITVS funded Independent Lens program

    Original URL path: http://extendedplay.org/?page_id=960 (2016-05-02)
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