In ‘Electrical Gaza‘ Rosalind Nashashibi combines her footage of Gaza, and the fixer, drivers and translator who were her constant company, with animated scenes. She presents Gaza as under a spell; isolated, suspended in time, difficult to access and highly charged. She shows us Gaza as she experienced it in the quiet pause before the onslaught of Israeli bombardment in the summer of 2014. Nashashibi travelled to Gaza with producer Kate Parker and cinematographer Emma Dalesman.
Commissioned by the Trustees of Imperial War Museum.
Director of Photography: Emma Dalesman. Producer: Kate Parker.
Follow this link to read an essay by Minou Norouzi about the film that was originally published by MAI: Feminism & Visual Culture journal. An emergency addendum is included alongside the link to the original text.