H2: The Occupation Lab

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H2: The Occupation Lab

H2: The Occupation Lab

H2 is the name given to the eastern part of Hebron – the only Palestinian city with a Jewish settlement in it. Here, along a one-Kilometer road, lies the holy Cave of the Patriarchs, where Jews and Muslims believe their common father, Abraham, is buried. Here the massacre of 1929, known as “year zero” of the conflict, took place; here the Jewish settlement movement was born, and here a policy of ethnic separation was first implemented by the military.
Through rare archive footage and interviews with Hebron’s military commanders, H2: The Occupation Lab tells the story of a place that is both a microcosm of the entire conflict and a test site for the methods of control Israel is implementing throughout the West Bank.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv International Film Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2022

Director: Idit Avrahami, Noam Sheizaf

Producer: Hilla Medalia, Paul Cadieux, Co-Producers: Serge Gordey, Martin Laurent, Hanne Phlypo

Production Company: Medalia Productions

Cinematographer: Avner Shahaf

Editor: Erez Laufer

Soundtrack Editor: Martin Cadieux-Rouillard

Original Soundtrack: Eric Shaw

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and TV, HOT8, Mifal HaPayis, CoPro, France Televisions, RTBF, RTS, SVT, YLE, MetFilm Sales

Script: Noam Sheizaf, Idit Avrahami

Distributor: MetFilm Sales

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: H2: מעבדת השליטה

H2 is the name given to the eastern part of Hebron – the only Palestinian city with a Jewish settlement in it. Here, along a one-Kilometer road, lies the holy Cave of the Patriarchs, where Jews and Muslims believe their common father, Abraham, is buried. Here the massacre of 1929, known as “year zero” of the conflict, took place; here the Jewish settlement movement was born, and here a policy of ethnic separation was first implemented by the military.
Through rare archive footage and interviews with Hebron’s military commanders, H2: The Occupation Lab tells the story of a place that is both a microcosm of the entire conflict and a test site for the methods of control Israel is implementing throughout the West Bank.

Festivals and Awards:

Docaviv International Film Festival, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2022

 
H2: The Occupation Lab

Director: Idit Avrahami, Noam Sheizaf

Producer: Hilla Medalia, Paul Cadieux, Co-Producers: Serge Gordey, Martin Laurent, Hanne Phlypo

Production Company: Medalia Productions

Cinematographer: Avner Shahaf

Editor: Erez Laufer

Soundtrack Editor: Martin Cadieux-Rouillard

Original Soundtrack: Eric Shaw

Supporter(s): The New Fund for Cinema and TV, HOT8, Mifal HaPayis, CoPro, France Televisions, RTBF, RTS, SVT, YLE, MetFilm Sales

Script: Noam Sheizaf, Idit Avrahami

Distributor: MetFilm Sales

Subtitles: Hebrew, English

Film Name in Hebrew: H2: מעבדת השליטה

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