Screening of "Infiltrators" by Khaled Jarrar

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7 p.m. May 4, 2017


Center for Creative Photography Auditorium

Join us for a screening of Infiltrators, a visceral “road movie” that chronicles the daily travails of Palestinians of all backgrounds as they seek routes through, under, round, and over a bewildering matrix of barriers. Khaled Jarrar’s debut documentary was the standout success at the 2012 Dubai International Film Festival, winning the Muhr Arab Documentary Prize, the Special Jury Prize, the International Critics Prize, and the Gold Hugo for the best Documentary at Chicago International Film Festival.

This film is in partnership with the University of Arizona School of Art and is free to the public. 
Film Details: Arabic dialogue with English subtitles. Length: 70 minutes.

About the Artist:
Born in the occupied West Bank in 1976, Khaled Jarrar currently lives and works in Tucson, Arizona, where he is researching the potential fallout of the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. Jarrar is also working on a film and multimedia series that documents his month-long journey with a group of migrants who traveled to Europe last year in order to draw attention to the plight of Syrian refugees. To learn more about Jarrar, please visit