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Expertní debata k filmu Modlitba za Armagedon

S bývalým funkcionářem amerického ministerstva zahraničí Joshem Paulem; moderuje Zaher Jureidini.

Pozn.: Časový údaj odpovídá začátku projekce a následuje debata s hosty, která trvá zpravidla 30-60 minut.


Zaher Jureidini


Zaher Jureidini is a Lebanese cinematographer based between Prague and Beirut. In 2023, he completed his masters in Cinematography at FAMU in Prague, Czech Republic. Zaher's work is influenced by his interests, covering social and political themes, as well as more creatively conceptualized pieces. With a focus on capturing narrative and non-narrative short films, video art, music videos, and commercial projects, his experiences cover locations from Lebanon and the SWANA region to Central Europe, contributing to his role on a diverse range of projects including most recently “Sea Salt” (2023) a Czech-Lebanese short film by Leila Basma which premiered at the 80th Venice Film Festival.

Josh Paul


Josh Paul resigned from the State Department in October, 2023 due to his disagreement with the Biden Administration's decision to rush lethal military assistance to Israel in the context of its war on Gaza. He had previously spent over 11 years working as a Director in the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, which is responsible for U.S. defense diplomacy, security assistance, and arms transfers. He previously worked on security sector reform in both Iraq and the West Bank, with additional roles in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, U.S. Army Staff, and as a Congressional staffer for Representative Steve Israel (D-NY). Josh grew up between London and New York, and holds Masters degrees from the Universities of Georgetown and St Andrews, Scotland. He is currently a Non-Resident Fellow at the organization Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN) and a recipient of the 2023 Callaway Award for Civic Courage.