Oscar 2024 - The Voice of Gaza reaches the world and a Jewish director attacks the occupation Oscar 2024 - The Voice of Gaza reaches the world and a Jewish director attacks the occupation

Oscar 2024 - The Voice of Gaza reaches the world and a Jewish director attacks the occupation

Oscar 2024 - The Voice of Gaza reaches the world and a Jewish director attacks the occupation

The film "Oppenheimer", which deals with the biography of the atomic bomb maker, dominated the 2024 Academy Awards, while the 96th ceremony held in the American state of California witnessed a surprising presence of the Israeli war on Gaza. International stars criticized the war and demanded a ceasefire.

On Sunday, the fierce competition between the most prominent and famous filmmakers on the planet ended, and the ninety-sixth Oscar ceremony received billions of viewers, while Gaza was strongly present at the ceremony in the heart of Los Angeles, California.

The film "Oppenheimer" won the award for best film, and its American-British director, Christopher Nolan, won the award for directing, while the Irishman Cillian Murphy won the award for best actor, in addition to the American Robert Downey Jr., who won the award for best supporting actor.

Gaza's voice reached the whole world through small "brooches" dyed red, carrying a message to the global conscience to stop the war on Gaza, and the stars of the ceremony placed them on their chests.

As the stars began arriving to walk the red carpet, hundreds of pro-Palestine protesters, angered by the war in Gaza, chanted slogans against the devastating Israeli war that has been ongoing since October 7, 2023, and slowed traffic in the streets surrounding the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles County.

One sign read: “While you watch, bombs are falling.”

The British film "Zone of Interest" won the Academy Award this year for best foreign feature film, as it deals with the "Holocaust" during the Nazi era in Germany.

The film tells the story of a German officer and his family who lives next to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland during World War II.

During a speech he gave after receiving the award, the film's director, Jonathan Glazer, denounced the "dehumanization" due to the Palestinian victims in the war waged by the Israeli occupation on the Gaza Strip.

Jewish director Jonathan Glazer said, "The (Israeli) occupation hijacked the Holocaust and caused the killing of many innocent people" in Gaza.

The film also won a major award at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, but it was also nominated for the 2024 Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director.

Meanwhile, American singer and songwriter Billie Eilish, American director and writer Ava DuVernay, American actor Mark Ruffalo, and Ramy Youssef, American actor, wore red pins to support the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.

Ramy Youssef, whose film “Poor Things” won the Best Actress award, which went to Emma Stone, said on the red carpet before the ceremony, “We all call for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza,” adding: “We really want lasting justice and peace for the Palestinian people.” .

He continued: "We really want to say: Let's stop killing children. There is a lot that needs to be addressed, and it seems that the easiest way to have the conversations that people want to have is when you are not under a bombing campaign going on."

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  1. The British film "Zone of Interest" won the Academy Award this year for best foreign feature film, as it deals with the "Holocaust" during the Nazi era in Germany.

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  2. Jewish director Jonathan Glazer said, "The (Israeli) occupation hijacked the Holocaust and caused the killing of many innocent people" in Gaza.

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