The year is 1992, and Israeli-Palestinian relations are at an all-time low. In an attempt to stop the bloodshed, a small group of Israelis and Palestinians meet in Oslo — secretly and against the law. The unsanctioned meetings that changed the Middle East forever are chronicled only by the negotiators’ diaries.
NIF Film Club discussed this film with NIF’s VP of Public Engagement Libby Lenkinski and director Mor Loushy.
Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan are award-winning Israeli Directors. Amongst their films: Censored Voices (2015) premiered at Sundance Film Festival and screened at Berlinale, BFI – London & IDFA and theatrically released worldwide. It has won the Israeli Oscars & Best Film at the Israeli Documentary awards. The Oslo Diaries (2018) premiered in Sundance, Hotdocs, and was sold for US distribution to HBO and was nominated for Emmy, and The Devil Next Door, a Netflix original series.