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Jordan Valley Blues Sample Reel

Created on 30 November 2011
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Highlight Reel from Jordan Valley Blues, a 43 minute documentary produced by LifeSource, funded by EWASH, and made for OXFAM and ECHO, a coalition composed of several UN organizations and international NGOs. The film discusses water issues in the Jordan Valley of the West Bank, Palestine, through interviews with both Israeli settlers and Palestinian farmers in the area. Full film to be released soon.

Director of Photography: Derek Bass. Edited by:Derek Bass and LifeSource 2010

More info: http://www.lifesource.ps/
Produced by: LifeSource Project
Year: 2011
Language: Arabic and English




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