The Settlers

The Settlers, a two-hour documentary on the history of the Israeli settlements enterprise on the West Bank, explores the origins of the settlements, the changes they have imposed on Israeli and Palestinian societies, and their impact on Middle Eastern and world affairs. The settlers are associated with xenophobia and religious zealotry. But little is known about the personal beliefs and stories of the settlers themselves.

120 minutes
Shimon Dotan

Shown at

  1. 22nd Annual Hartford Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  2. 27th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  3. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  4. Brooklyn Israel Film Festival - 2018
  5. JPL Israeli Film Festival (Montreal) - 2018
  6. Pioneer Valley Jewish Film Festival - 2018

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  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    n spite of protests from several Jewish groups, Israel’s award-winning filmmaker Shimon Dotan’s new film The Settlers had its world premier at the Sundance Film Festival on January 28, 2016.

    The film is based on the official report of Talia Sasson, former head of Israeli state prosecution criminal department that covered illegal Jewish settlements established in the West Bank and East Jerusalem between 1995 and March 2005. His report was based on his investigation of 105 settlements built during that time period.

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