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Channels Of Rage

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 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.

Festivals and Awards:

Best Documentary at Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2003; Special Mention at Warsaw Jewish Film Festival, 2005; Best Documentary at Israfest Film Festival, USA, 2005; IDFA, Amsterdam, 2003; Munich International Film Festival, 2003; Syracuse International Film & Video Festival, 2003; REAL: Life on Film International Film Festival, Australia, 2003; Toronto Jewish Film Festival, 2005; Boston Jewish Film Festival, 2004; Vancouver International Film Festival, 2004; Helsinki International Film Festival, 2004; San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 2004.

Director: Anat Halachmi

Producer: Anat Halachmi

Cinematographer: Daniel Miran, Anat Halachmi

Editor: Lavi Ben Gal

Original Soundtrack: Subliminal, Tamer Nafer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications - Channel 8

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: ערוצים של זעם

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 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.

Festivals and Awards:

Best Documentary at Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2003; Special Mention at Warsaw Jewish Film Festival, 2005; Best Documentary at Israfest Film Festival, USA, 2005; IDFA, Amsterdam, 2003; Munich International Film Festival, 2003; Syracuse International Film & Video Festival, 2003; REAL: Life on Film International Film Festival, Australia, 2003; Toronto Jewish Film Festival, 2005; Boston Jewish Film Festival, 2004; Vancouver International Film Festival, 2004; Helsinki International Film Festival, 2004; San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 2004.

Director: Anat Halachmi

Producer: Anat Halachmi

Cinematographer: Daniel Miran, Anat Halachmi

Editor: Lavi Ben Gal

Original Soundtrack: Subliminal, Tamer Nafer

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and Television, NOGA Communications - Channel 8

Distributor: Ruth Diskin Films

Subtitles: English, Hebrew

Film Name in Hebrew: ערוצים של זעם

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