The Oslo Diaries (2018)
1 hr 34 min | Hebrew, Arabic, English | Canada, Israel | Daniel Sivan, Mor Loushy
Once upon a time, Israel and Palestine almost made peace. Both nations came close: they could feel it, touch it. But, then at the eleventh hour it all collapsed. The result is an ongoing violent reality that the world continues to witness. Personal diaries written by participants of the secret peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians, as well as never before seen archival footage of the Oslo Accord peace process will create a dramatic thriller of historic importance.
'The Oslo Diaries', a documentary film by Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan (Censored Voices) provides new insights into why the peace process failed and why both sides are still embroiled in the longest ongoing conflict of our times. It will help viewers understand the intricacy of peace making and the profound emotional connections the players had during this process. This is an intimate story that speaks to the current difficult situation in the Middle East.