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Another Side of Peace introduces Roni Hirshenzon, a 60-year-old Israeli man who has suffered as much as any parent can imagine: both of Roni’s sons are dead. Each died at age 19 as a direct result of the violence in the region. Putting hatred and despair aside, Roni cofounded the Parents Circle, a support group for bereaved Israeli and Palestinian families who have lost children in the conflict. The film follows Roni’s journey as he comes to terms with the deaths of his two sons, and his efforts to reach reconciliation and promote peace. He works with Ghazi Briegieth, his Palestinian counterpart, to connect with other bereaved parents in Israel and the Palestinian Territories.
We follow Roni's efforts to reach reconciliation and to come to terms with the deaths of his sons. He works with his Palestinian partners to connect with other bereaved families in Israel and the Palestinian Territories. Their message is simple: No More Death
Another Side of Peace provides a provocative and intimate look at the human side of the conflict, and the healing power of communication and reconciliation. This story reminds us that humanity can supersede politics.
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"A profounding moving portrayal of people who have been through the hell of the death of their loved ones to the other side. The film will inspire everyone interested in the challenges of conflict resolution and peacemaking. Highly recommended for the classroom. We will use Another Side of Peace for years to come."
Ronald Heifetz, MD
Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
"This film brought our viewers a very personal look at the pain and grief in the region. But it also left them with a sense of hope--hope that common bonds will someday turn the tide against violence in the Middle East. Another Side of Peace is a gem."
The Public Television Network
"Enormously moving. My students are inspired."
Cecile Andrews, PhD
"Another Side of Peace will break your heart. It is a riveting glimpse of bereaved parents reaching across a great divide to find common ground, and build a road to understanding in the Middle East. Filled with tears of sadness and tears of hope, this is an inspiring film."
Library Journal Reviewer
"I viewed Another Side of Peace with other journalists. Eventhough we've all seen the goriest, roughest footage, we were emotionally moved. The film gives me a glimmer of hope, and inspires my efforts to show the human side of the news."
BBC and Channel 4(UK)
Ellen Frick Ellen Frick's documentary work focuses on people facing extraordinary challenges, and undergoing powerful changes. Her new one-hour public television documentary, Another Side of Peace follows a combined Israeli-Palestinian support group of parents who have lost children in the conflict. It is about grief, reconciliation and hope, and it's message is simple: No More Death. The film was presented in May 2005 to the United Nations Subcommittee on Reconciliation, and has been broadcast on public television. International broadcasts will take place in 2006. Ellen has been on the production team for many projects broadcast on PBS affiliated television stations. These include: Perfect Illusions: Eating Disorders and the Family, a one-hour PBS documentary exploring the role of the family in the development of eating disorders in teenage girls; Pike Place Market: The Soul of a City , community and culture of Seattle's world-famous public market; and The Rhona Disaster , a one-hour documentary for PBS and The History Channel, about the sinking of a troop ship in WWII. Currently Ellen is shooting and editing a project for NatureServe, a partnership of The Nature Conservancy and National Geographic. In addition, she is working as a non-partisan documentary filmmaker for Election Protection and Video the Vote.
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