The Oslo Accords and Beyond: Israel and the Palestinians between Separation and a Shared Destiny

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Wednesday | 10.02.21 | 19:00

A discussion in the wake of the film The Oslo Diaries |

(Israel 2017, 97 minutes; Hebrew, English, and Arabic; Hebrew and English subtitles)


For the film’s page in Docustream

A film by Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan
The Oslo Diaries brings to the screen for the first time a behind-the-scenes view of the secret talks at Oslo through the personal diaries of the participants. The film traces the years that were among the most beautiful and most difficult for Israel, on a journey to a different future for both nations. Filmed in Israel, Palestine, the United States, Norway, England, and France, the movie reveals archival materials that have never been shown before and that shed new light on the “Oslo years.”


Dr. Assaf David, director of the Israel in the Middle East Cluster, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Orly Noy, journalist; editor of the Siha Mekomit website; political activist
Yossi Beilin, former justice minister and initiator of the Oslo process
Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan, the filmmakers

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