There were about 20 of us, brought together by the Hawaii Coalition for Justice in Palestine (HCJP) to watch 5 Broken Cameras at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM).
I was so excited to watch the Oscars this year. As an avid movie-watcher and a lover of pretty dresses (because, yes, I do
Moore accused BuzzFeed of lying about the circumstances and of being "snookered" by the anonymous LAX official who told the
I know it takes BuzzFeed time to write all the articles about 17 Celebrity Puppies You Didn't Know Are Bisexual. (I'm not judging, I just clicked on that myself.) But it would be great if they could find some time in the day for journalism too.
Guardian columnist and blogger Glenn Greenwald joined HuffPost Live Tuesday and railed against what he called "reckless and
Stuart then cited one source who was "familiar with the situation" and said that Burnat was merely asked to produce his ticket
WATCH: Emad Burnat Speaks Out: "It's Not Normal For A Human To Be Treated Like This" Filmmaker Michael Moore, who came to
Michael Moore and Emad Burnat, the Oscar-nominated director behind "5 Broken Cameras" who was detained by immigration officials
Emad Burnat, the Palestinian who co-directed the Academy Award-nominated documentary "5 Broken Cameras," was reportedly detained by immigration officials at LAX.
How My Friend and Current Oscar Nominee Emad Burnat Was Held and Threatened with Deportation Last Night at LAX
Last night, as an elected Governor of the Documentary Branch, I and my fellow Governors were co-hosting the nominee dinner for the documentary filmmakers. But one of the nominated directors was not there -- Emad Burnat, the co-director of the Oscar-nominated 5 Broken Cameras.