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Christiane Amanpour shared My Neighbourhood on her Facebook page today
Rula Salameh, Just Vision's Education and Outreach Coordinator in Palestine, is interviewed on Palestine TV after a live broadcast of the Budrus Graphic Novel launch event last Thursday.
Chris Schroeder joined the Just Vision Board of Directors.
The Elders stream our documentary My Neighbourhood (directed by Julia Bacha and Rebekah Wingert-Jabi).
Julia Bacha, Just Vision's Creative Director, lays out the strategy behind our impact campaign around BUDRUS in Forbes magazine.
Budrus screened for the women and girls of the Palestinian village Kufr Qaddoum
Zvi Benninga, Israeli activist, medical student and protagonist of our film My Neighbourhood - on the Israeli goverment's role in supporting settlement expansion in East Jerusalem.
Julia Bacha, Just Vision's Creative Director, was on an panel at the Skoll World Forum about storytelling's potential for impact.
Ronit Avni, Just Vision Founder & Executive Director, was honored as a Trailblazer at the National Council for Research on Women's annual awards dinner.
Just Vision is honored to have just won the Peabody Award for our film, My Neighbourhood
My Neighbourhood director Julia Bacha discusses My Neighbourhood on HuffPost Live
In light of Obama's trip to Jerusalem, Just Vision teamed up with The Guardian to release My Neighbourhood online. Watch the full film here.
On International Women's Day, we celebrate Palestinian and Israeli women like Iltezam Morrar and Gaby Lasky who are working to end the occupation and the conflict using nonviolent means.
Just Vision's Ronit Avni, Suhad Babaa and Anya Rous head to Denver for a screening of My Neighbourhood and a discussion about settlement growth in East Jerusalem. (Directed by Julia Bacha and Rebekah Wingert-Jabi)
My Neighbourhood director Rebekah Wingert Jabi and Just Vision's Community Outreach and Digital Resources Manager, Suhad Babaa, hosted a discussion on the urgent issue of settlement expansion in East Jerusalem at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.
Just Vision Creative Director Julia Bacha is featured in a new TED playlist, "The Road to Peace".
My Neighbourhood wins David Camera Best Short Documentary award at the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival.
Robert Wright of Bloggingheads.tv interviews Mohammed El Kurd about his daily life in East Jerusalem and what it's like to share his home with Israeli settlers.
Palestine Note interviews My Neighbourhood protagonist Mohammed El Kurd and Rula Salameh, Just Vision's Outreach and Education Manager in Palestine.
Just Vision Director of Communications, Jessica Devaney, speaks on a panel about social media at the United Nations
English closed captioning is now available for our Home Front series and film trailers.
Manager of Communications and Public Relations, Nadav Greenberg, screens My Neighbourhood at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts.
My Neighbourhood premieres in Washington, DC to sold-out theater, featuring Q&A with Mohammed El Kurd and Moriel Rothman
#BestOFX highlights the best Brazilian TED Talks, interviews Julia Bacha. [In Portuguese]
Mix Ma'an to screen Budrus throughout September.
Julia Bacha's TED Talk "Pay Attention to Nonviolence" is highlighted among "6 Inspirational Talks from Influential Women" including talks from Jane Fonda, JK Rowling, Sheryl Sandberg, and Elizabeth Gilbert.
Just Vision Media Director Julia Bacha screens My Neighbourhood and Home Front to high school students from Global Kids at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Churches for Middle East Peace develops a screening guide to accompany our short film series, Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah.
Julia Bacha, Just Vision Media Director, screens My Neighbourhood at Traverse City Film Festival.
Julia Bacha, Just Vision Media Director, screens My Neighbourhood at Amnesty International UK.
Just Vision Media Director, Julia Bacha, and Mohammed El Kurd, My Neighbourhood protagonist, are interviewed on BBC World Service Newshour.
Just Vision Media Director, Julia Bacha, Strategic Projects Coordinator, Irene Nasser, and protagonist of My Neighbourhood, Mohammed El Kurd, screen My Neighbourhood at the European Parliament.
Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah is now available on DVD for purchase in the US and Canada.
Just Vision filmmakers premiere "My Neighbourhood" at the European Parliament, featuring protagonist Mohammed El Kurd.
Just Vision Executive Director/Founder, Ronit Avni, and Media Director, Julia Bacha, screen My Neighbourhood at the Frontline Club.
Ronit Avni, Just Vision Executive Director/Founder, and Julia Bacha, Media Director, build coalitions of support at Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation's Good Pitch Europe.
Nadav Greenberg, Just Vision Outreach and Programming Coordinator, and Daniel Seidemann, Jerusalem Expert, screen My Neighbourhood at synagogues across London, organized by Yachad.
Suhad Babaa, Digital Resources and Education Coordinator at Just Vision, screens Home Front: Portraits of Sheikh Jarrah at the annual Churches for Middle East Peace conference.
Home Front protagonist Amal Qassem speaks on a panel about the role of Palestinian women's activism at the UN Seminar on Peace in the Middle East.
Julia Bacha, Just Vision Media Director featured on Doha Film Institute's "I Am Film" series.
Just Vision Strategic Projects Coordinator, Irene Nasser screens Budrus in Ma'asara, a Palestinian town near Bethlehem, where residents hold weekly unarmed demonstrations.
Just Vision holds live Twitter Q&A following final live broadcast of "My Neighbourhood" on Witness - Al Jazeera.
My Neighbourhood wins the Special Award at the Al Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival.
HM Queen Noor and Pat Mitchell host a sneak preview of My Neighbourhood at the Paley Center for Media in New York.
Two films from our series of short docs, Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah, have been selected to screen at Aspen ShortsFest this April.
Irene Nasser speaks with a noted blogger on feminism and working for Just Vision.
Just Vision Executive Director and Founder, Ronit Avni, speaks at the Media That Matters conference.
Ronit Avni speaks at the Media that Matters Conference, hosted by American University's Center for Social Media.
Brazil's Sairava bookstores release the portuguese version of Budrus. Julia Bacha attends the launch and holds a series of discussions.
Just Vision's Palestinian Outreach Coordinator, Rula Salameh, screens Budrus to 150 people in the West Bank village of Kufr Qaddum.
Just Vision Media Director Julia Bacha awarded O Globo's People Who Make a Difference award.
Richard Branson calls Home Front films that make a difference in The New York Times Sunday Review.
Ronit Avni, Executive Director of Just Vision, participated in a parliament webinar on "Changing the Conversation: Tools for Talking About Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolence Efforts in Your Community."
Artist Rebecca Rendell created a Budrus-inspired piece as part of an exhibition at the Tashkeel gallery in Dubai. 30 artists from the UAE transformed skateboards destroyed by authorities into unique works of art.
The Huffington Post names Julia's TEDTalk as one of the 18 groundbreaking ideas that will shape the world in 2012.
Just Vision Media Director Julia Bacha screens Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah for The Elders. Read her guest blog about the experience.
Just Vision's Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni participates in a panel discussion at the United States Institute of Peace Conference "Twenty Years After Madrid: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward for Arab-Israeli Peacemaking".
Virgin CEO Richard Branson writes about watching Homefront: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah.
Just Vision Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni guest blogs for the World Economic Forum.
Just Vision launches new short film series Home Front: Portraits from Sheikh Jarrah, chronicling the resolve of a neighborhood and the support it receives from the most unlikely of places.
Just Vision participates in a discussion on the role of media in peacebuilding at PeaceWeek's global telesummit.
Budrus director Julia Bacha hosts a live discussion on TED.com about how we can encourage mainstream media coverage of Israeli and Palestinian nonviolence leaders.
Ronit Avni participates in a panel at the Social Good Summit hosted by Mashable, the 92nd Street Y and the United Nations Foundation.
Julia Bacha presents "Pay Attention to Nonviolence" at TEDGlobal in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Just Vision Founder and Executive Director Ronit Avni will speak at the 2nd Annual Social Good Summit this September.
We are excited to announce that Julia Bacha, Budrus Director and Media Director/Senior Producer at Just Vision will be co-hosting The Stream on Al Jazeera July 18th and 19th. Don't forget to tune in.
Ayed Morrar (protagonist from our recent film, Budrus) speaks with the International Coalition on Nonviolent Conflict.
Just Vision discusses global resources on the Global Room for Women's Let's Stand with Women Shaping a New Middle East call.
Just Vision has partnered with Churches for Middle East Peace to promote and support showings of Budrus. Check out their website to see their discussion guide supplement and support materials for the film, or to schedule a screening for your congregation.
Just Vision Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni publishes op-ed on Obama's recent Middle East speech.
Parents Circle Families Forum and Encounter Point protagonist Robi Damelin featured on FOX News responding to Obama's speech.
We are excited to announce that Budrus will be screened by the National Coalition of Girls' Schools across the country.
Julia Bacha, Director of Budrus and Senior Producer and Media Director at Just Vision, will speak at TEDxRamallah.
Budrus wins 2011 Ridenhour Documentary Film Prize, given to the film that best reflects the legacy of Ron Ridenhour–journalist, whistleblower, truth-teller and social activist.
Budrus wins Amnesty International "A Matter of Act" Documentary Award at a special film festival at The Hague.
Budrus to screen at the 63rd Conference on World Affairs in Boulder, CO, April 4th, 2011.
Just Vision Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni makes Washington Life Magazine's The Young and the Guest List.
Just Vision Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni appears on the PBS web series What's Your Calling?
Budrus screening in Antarctica on January 21st. Budrus has officially reached all seven continents.
Budrus to be broadcast on CBC's Passionate EYE on January 30th at 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. EST.
Budrus wins the Spirit of Freedom Documentary Award at the Bahamas International Film Festival.
Just Vision's Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni attends White House Chanukah Party.
Just Vision honored at the 2010 Search for Common Ground Awards in Washington, DC.
Budrus wins the Checkpoint Award at the Bergen International Film Festival in Norway. Watch Ayed Morrar's acceptance speech here.
Just Vision Founder/Executive Director Ronit Avni honored at the 2010 Seeking Common Ground Awards.
Budrus nominated for Best Feature Documentary Award at the 2010 Asia Pacific Screening Awards.
Budrus opens in theaters in New York. We'll be in theaters across the U.S. in the coming months.
Budrus opens in cinematheques in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Our new film to be featured at Independent Film Week in NYC.
Budrus wins Founders Prize, Best of Fest, Nonfiction at Michael Moore's Traverse City Film Festival.
UN event in Rio
Just Vision's Irene Nasser facilitates workshop at Neve Shalom/Wahat al Salam.
Budrus premieres in Ramallah to a crowd of 700 Palestinians from all political factions, internationals and Israeli activists. HM Queen Noor visited the West Bank for the first time to attend.
Budrus won the Witness Award at Silverdocs Film Festival in Washington, DC - given in honor of Joey R. B. Lozano to the strongest documentary about human rights violations or social justice issues.
Julia Bacha, Director of Budrus and Senior Producer and Media Director at Just Vision, appears on Al Jazeera's The Fabulous Picture Show.
Budrus wins the Audience Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Budrus wins Special Jury Mention in the World Documentary Competition at the Tribeca Film Festival.
HM Queen Noor presents Just Vision and Ayed Morrar with the King Hussein Leadership Prize.
Budrus opens in Berlin to a sold out 350-person theater and receives the Silver Audience Award for Best Documentary.
Encounter Point screens to over 450 Students in Israel and the Hand in Hand Community.
Gala Screening of Budrus at Dubai Film Fest; Panel with Just Vision's Media Director and Her Majesty Queen Noor.
Just Vision's new film at the Good Pitch.
Encounter Point wins prize in Brazil.
Just Vision's Encounter Point featured on TED Prize winner Jehane Noujaim's Pangea Day.
Executive Director Ronit Avni to speak at conference featuring former South African president FW de Klerk.
"No More Taking Sides": Encounter Point film subjects Ali Abu Awwad and Robi Damelin interviewed on NPR's Speaking of Faith.
Just Vision launches arabic and hebrew Website.
Encounter Point to premiere in London.
Encounter Point screens on Al Arabiya.
Encounter Point opens theatrically in Los Angeles, March 2-8th.
Encounter Point will screen on CBC in Canada on March 4th at 10pm on "The Passionate Eye".
Just Vision among finalists of the Ashoka-Changemakers Competition on "Entrepreneuring Peace: On-the-ground Innovations for Managing Conflict".
Encounter Point wins the 2006 Spirit of Freedom Award at the Bahamas International Film Festival.
Encounter Point Co-Director Julia Bacha to speak on panel with Richard Gere, Oliver Stone at Dubai Film Festival.
Encounter Point wins 2006 Bend Film Festival award for best score.
Encounter Point among top 5 audience picks at the Kansas International Film Festival.
Encounter Point wins San Francisco International Film Festival Audience Award.
Encounter Point ranks 4th among audience picks at Hot Docs.
Encounter Point to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival.
Encounter Point at the World Bank and Capitol Hill.
Ronit Avni at True/False's Women Filmmakers' Symposium.
Just Vision speaking at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Ethics and the the Islamic Center of Southern CA.
Just Vision recently in Los Angeles, Bethlehem December 2005.
Just Vision's Nahanni Rous presented at a conference on nonviolence in Bethlehem.