Back by popular demand
The Tinderbox (2022)
Directed by Gillian Mosely, 90 mins
A rare and thought-provoking examination of both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, from its catalyst to why it still rages, to what needs to happen for it to stop.
The Tinderbox combines ancient and more recent history, geopolitical problems (racism, inequality, immigration and fake truths), and psychology, with the deeply personal journey of one person forced to challenge everything they’d been taught about the conflict in Israel and Palestine.
The Tinderbox shows the human face of this conflict by hearing from a wide variety of contemporary voices, ranging from a settler to a political member of Hamas. Today, with a surge in violence affecting civilian populations on both sides, a major humanitarian crisis spiralling in Gaza, and anti-Semitism and Islamophobia as globally controversial as ever, The Tinderbox provides context, shows how history continues to play out in the daily lives of people on either side of the divide, and will empower audiences to make up their own minds.
The Tinderbox: on demand
We first showed The Tinderbox in April 2022 and then on demand at the end of 2023. In partnership with the director Gillian Mosely we are making the film available again for an extended period.
The Tinderbox will be available for you to watch from Saturday 25 November 21:00 GMT to Sunday 31 March 2024. VOD tickets are on sale now at £5.99.
NB: this screening is only available in United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, United States of America, Canada, South America, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Palestine.
All VOD tickets are free for Global Health Film members
Livestreamed Q&A with The Tinderbox director
We hope to schedule an online Q&A with director Gillian Mosely and possibly additional voices from the region in the coming weeks, subject to developments on the group. We will post any updates about this here.
In the meantime, prescient words from Gillian Mosely at our first screening in April 2022:
"If Israel is meant to be making Jews safer, I don't think it's doing a very good job; none of this stacks up."
See Gillian's fuller response here: