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The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine

The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine boaz hagin and roy wagner Rearticulating the Conflict been making since 2005. The second is videos that were made as part of B’Tselem’s camera b’tselem (hebre w for “in the image of ”), distribution project. Launched at the beginning the Israeli information center for human rights of 2007, this project provides Palestinians with in the occupied territories, is one of Israel’s video cameras in order to document their lives most prominent human rights nongovernmental under the occupation themselves (“B’Tselem’s organizations (NGOs). Founded in 1989, its goal 2 Camera Project”). B’Tselem’s videos have been is to document and educate about human rights posted on its website (“Video”) and YouTube violations in the occupied territories, to combat channel (“B’Tselem: Video”), and some of them denial among the Israeli public about what goes have garnered considerable public interest, al­ on in the territories, and to ensure that Israel’s though they have received almost no attention government “protects the human rights of resi­ within film studies. Some of the videos have dents there and complies with its obligations been circulated by the Israeli and international under international law” (“About B’Tselem”). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Film and Video University of Illinois Press

The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine

Journal of Film and Video , Volume 66 (4) – Nov 27, 2014

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University of Illinois Press
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1934-6018

Abstract

The Occupation-Image: A Deleuzian Analysis of Videos from the Israeli Occupation of Palestine boaz hagin and roy wagner Rearticulating the Conflict been making since 2005. The second is videos that were made as part of B’Tselem’s camera b’tselem (hebre w for “in the image of ”), distribution project. Launched at the beginning the Israeli information center for human rights of 2007, this project provides Palestinians with in the occupied territories, is one of Israel’s video cameras in order to document their lives most prominent human rights nongovernmental under the occupation themselves (“B’Tselem’s organizations (NGOs). Founded in 1989, its goal 2 Camera Project”). B’Tselem’s videos have been is to document and educate about human rights posted on its website (“Video”) and YouTube violations in the occupied territories, to combat channel (“B’Tselem: Video”), and some of them denial among the Israeli public about what goes have garnered considerable public interest, al­ on in the territories, and to ensure that Israel’s though they have received almost no attention government “protects the human rights of resi­ within film studies. Some of the videos have dents there and complies with its obligations been circulated by the Israeli and international under international law” (“About B’Tselem”).

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Journal of Film and VideoUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Nov 27, 2014

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