Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Strangers No More

The Israeli Film Strangers No More ( has garnered a lot of attention this week after winning the Oscar award for best short documentary. The film explores the Bialik-Rogozin, a public school in South Tel Aviv that has students from an astounding 48 countries, including Sudan and the community that the school creates. A number of articles linked below discuss the film and the potential impact of the award.

Unfortunately, I mostly read Ha'aretz, but if you find articles from other sites, please feel free to post them as well.

I haven't yet found the film for sale Amazon or other websites, but if you do find it, please post below.