In this coming-of-age story, 11-year-old Tarek – a Palestinian refugee to Jordan during the 1967 war – cannot fathom why he and his mother cannot go home to Palestine to reunite with his father.His frustration with living in a camp leads him to try to walk back to Palestine.Here, Arab Americans meet to feel content with like-minded Arabs that come from all over America and the Arab world. Don’t forget to register in the to participate in the many Arabic chat rooms available.

Eventually his free spirit and curious nature lead him to a group of people on a journey that will change their lives.

When I Saw You is the story of people affected by the times around them, in search of something more in their lives.

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Perhaps fortune-telling is not all there is to cup reading? Together they dream of a life straight out of the romantic movies of yesteryear.

Their fantasy is challenged by their socioeconomic and family backgrounds as expected, but also a prevalent bias against international romance.Although the program was successful and a point of national pride, it came to a sudden end in 1967 and was erased from the collective memory. Directions and parking info available at 734.668.8463.Through testimonies and archive documents, the film retraces this adventure and attempts to revive the past in the present as a tribute to dreamers. Best Feature Documentary, 2012 Doha Tribeca Film Festival Official Selection, 2012 Toronto International Film Festival “..amazing true story has so much resonance in terms of turbulent Middle East history and the recent reawakening of idealism...”-Time Out, London View trailer here. Thursday, March 6, will be screened at the Michigan Theater, 603 E. Michigan Theater Members get free validated parking.Beautiful, groundbreaking and deeply, deeply moving."-The Huffington Post "One of the best works to come out of the current explosion in filmmaking in the Middle East! Deeply insightful about the human-rights situation in Tunisia in the 1970s, Professor is a dramatization of the events surrounding a university law instructor’s involvement with the government of President Habib Bourguiba.Appointed by the ruling party to defend the official position of its League of Human Rights during a period of tension, Khalil Kalsaoui is having an extramarital affair with one of his students.A journey full of adventure, love, humor and the desire to be free, from the director of the critically acclaimed . and experiences what he had not expected – a vivid remembrance of the time before he had left involving his brother, lover and unborn child – charting the realm that marks the intersection of collective memory and involuntary autobiographical memory.