Moscobia



ABOUT THE FILM

Palestinian Jamal Amru, incarcerated for 25 days by the General Security Service tells his story about torture and fear inside Moscobia Prison - just one of the buildings in the Russian Compound, a central Jerusalem square.

The Court House is opposite the GSSA's torture basement, the State radio stations faces City Hall, a short walk from the Russian Church. On the other side of the square - a bustling commercial and nightlife quarter, and a British Mandate prison turned Museum. Israelis rush to work while Palestinians wait for a word about their relatives inside Moscobia Prison.
2001, 5min // Hebrew, English



CREDITS

Director and scripwriter:
Aner Preminger

Producer: Amit Goren

Cinematographer:
Roni Katzenelson

Editor: Ami Drozd