Dir. Erez Miller and Henrique Cymerman (80min, Israel, 2014)
English, Hebrew and Arabic with English Subtitles
Mid-Atlantic Premiere

Legendary singer-songwriter David Broza journeys to East Jerusalem to record his latest album with Israeli, Palestinian and American musicians. Broza hopes that bridging cultures through music can be one small step toward peaceful coexistence. The film weaves together soulful music and personal conversations of hope in a time and a place where hope is most needed.

Thursday, February 26, 7:00 pm
Sidney Harman Hall, Shakespeare Theatre Company
610 F Street NW
Washington, DC

Speaker & Events
Followed by a Q&A and 45min musical set from David Broza, Mira Awad and Steve Earle.
Erez-MillerErez Miller is a director and actor, known for Yossi and The Dog Who Saved Easter.






Henrique Cymerman has worked in the Middle East as a correspondent for Antena 3 (Portugal) and La Vanguardia (Spain). He has interviewed Hussein, King of Jordan, Yasser Arafat, the Palestinian President, Ahmed Qurei, Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian President, Ahmed Yassin, the Hamas leader, Abdallah Shami, a leader of Islamic Jihad, Gaza, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former US Vice President Al Gore and former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir.

“Israeli Arab singer Mira Awad’s haunting Arabic rhythms combine seamlessly with Broza’s Spanish-influenced guitar playing, young Palestinian hip-hop artist Muhammad Mughrabi raps in English, ‘P-E-A-C-E, that’s the word I wanna be,’ Earle’s ‘Jerusalem’ becomes even more haunting after his having spent a week exploring the city.” –The Wrap