Michel Khleifi (born 1950 in Nazareth) is a Palestinian film writer, director and producer. He emigrated from Israel in 1970 and now resides in Belgium. There, he studied television and theatre directing at the Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle (INSAS). After graduating from INSAS, he worked in Belgium television before turning to making his own films. He has directed and produced several documentary and feature films and received several prestigious awards.
Al Dhakira al Khasba/Fertile Memory (99', West Germany/Palestine, 1980)
Wedding in Galilee (113, Israel/France/Belgium, 1987)
Canticle of the Stones (110', Israel, 1990)
L'order du jour (105', Belgium, 1993)
The Tale of the Three Lost Jewels (112, Belgium, 1995)
You, Me, Jerusalem (53', Israel/Palestine, USA, 1995)
Forbidden Marriages in the Holy Land (66', UK/Palestine/Belgium, 1995)
Route 181: Fragments of a Journey in Palestine-Israel (270', Israel/Palestine, 2003)
Zindeeq (85', Palestine/UK/Belgium, UAE, 2009)
ROUTE 181, Fragments of a Journay in Palestine-Israel (Orig.) / 2003 / Belgium, France, Germany / 272 min
181, offers an unusual vision of the inhabitants of Palestine-Israel, a common vision of an Israeli and a Palestinian.