a crowd marching with text overlay "where there is struggle there is hope"

Sally Abed and Alon-Lee Green, leaders of the Standing Together movement in Israel, share their message of hope, peace, and a shared future for both Israelis and Palestinians post Oct. 7 on a trip across the U.S. in March 2024.


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Our goal is to film 4-5 days of Standing Together’s trip in order to document key conversations, events, and some behind-the-scenes of traveling. The footage will be edited into several short videos that spread their message of peace and equality to a wider audience in the U.S. and abroad. We see video as an essential part of Standing Together’s work on the ground in the U.S., and an important tool for building their movement here and abroad. 

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Yael Melamede 

Yael Melamede is the co-founder of SALTY Features—an independent production company based in New York City whose goal is to create media that is thought-provoking, vital, and enhances the world. Melamede’s documentary credits include FLOYD ABRAMS: SPEAKING FREELY (2023), PAY OR DIE (2023), 1341 FRAMES OF LOVE AND WAR (2022), the Jigsaw Productions/Amblin Entertainment six-part series WHY WE HATE (2019), STRAIGHT/CURVE (2017), WHEN I WALK (News & Documentary Emmy Award Winner 2015), (DIS)HONESTY—THE TRUTH ABOUT LIES(2015), DESERT RUNNERS (2015), INOCENTE (Academy Award Winner, Best Doc Short, 2013), BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN (2009), and MY ARCHITECT (Academy Award Nominee, 2004). Yael was an architect before becoming a filmmaker and is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.

Hannah Rosenzweig  

Hannah Rosenzweig is an award-winning film director, producer, strategic communications consultant and founder of Intention Media Inc. Since serving as Hillary Clinton’s personal videographer for her 2008 presidential campaign, Hannah has directed media and consulted with women candidates and elected officials nationwide. She is currently the Executive Director of The People Action Fund, a group of creatives using digital media and storytelling to defend democracy in states around the country. Hannah’s critically acclaimed film, SURGE about the record number of women who ran, won, and upended politics in the 2018 midterm elections premiered on SHOWTIME in 2020. Hannah serves on the Leadership Council of Vote Mama and Emerge America. She was recently awarded a prestigious JustFilms Fellowship from the Ford Foundation for leaders working at the intersection of storytelling, film, and social justice. Hannah holds a master’s degree from Columbia University and a BA from Oberlin College.