Meet Me In Jerusalem
Six women reminisce about the visit of Gila Svirsky, an Israeli peace activist, to Arkansas. Ms. Svirsky, winner of the Bremer Peace Prize in Germany, was invited by Arkansas Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND) after they discovered that the white phosphorus used by the Israelis in Gaza in December 2008 was manufactured at the Pine Bluff Arsenal in Arkansas. Wanting to draw attention to the complex political and social issues confronting both sides in the search of peace in the Middle East, WAND provided a number of venues by which students and the public were able to listen and question this extraordinary social activist.

DOCUMENTARY INFORMATION
2010[v2], DVD-NTSC-R1, 09:37:16
Produced,Directed and Edited by Sarah & Emma Bailin
Written by Sarah Bailin (additional material by Katherine West)
Featuring: Razan Abdin, Celeste Archer, Anncha Briggs, JoAnne Mills, Caroline Stevenson, Katherine West, Gila Svirsky
Photography: Glenn Nishimura

AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY
2010 • SEPTEMBER
Broadcast, AETN Student Selects, Arkansas

2010 • JUNE
Selection, 2010 Little Rock Film Festival and AETN Student Selects, Little Rock, Arkansas