Materials consist of physical and digital files related to six of Amos Gitai's films, which have been organized into 6 series:
Series 1. Promised Land, Series 2. Free Zone, Series 3. Disengagement, Series 4. One Day You'll Understand, Series 5. Home
(triology), and Series 6. Tsili. Series 5 is further divided into the three films: House, House in Jerusalem, News from Home/News
Amos Gitai (born 1950) is an Israeli filmmaker. His films, both documentaries as well as feature length films, are on topics
on topics of the Middle East and the Jewish-Arab conflict and the Holocaust in Europe and beyond. Gitai has been invited to
enter, among others, the Cannes Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival, and he has received several prestigious prizes
for his work.
17 hard drive(s) (external)
1) Promised Land (Terre promise) 2002-2004; 2) Free Zone 2004-2005; 3) Disengagement 2005-2007; 4) One Day You Will Understand
(Plus tard, tu comprendras) 2007-2008; 5) Home (documentary trilogy: House  - A House in Jerusalem  - News from
home, News from House ); 6) Tsili 2008-2014
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to publish. These materials are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study. Any transmission or reproduction
beyond that allowed by fair use requires permission from the owners of rights, heir(s) or assigns. See: http://library.stanford.edu/spc/using-collections/permission-publish.
The physical portion of the collection is open for research. Note that material must be requested at least 36 hours in advance
of intended use. Digital materials related to the films One Day You'll Understand (Plus tard, tu comprendras), Tsili, and
the House trilogy have been processed and are open for research; still images and text documents are available through SearchWorks
at https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/12142651, while video files and Final Cut Pro projects are available as previews
via SearchWorks, and in full in the Department of Special Collections. The remaining digital portion of the collection is
CLOSED until processing is complete.