Jim Hanon is best known for directing End of the Spear, which debuted in the top 10 theatrical grossing films during its opening weekend. Writing and directing credits also include Miss HIV (2008) filmed throughout Africa, Little Town of Bethlehem (2010) filmed in the West Bank and surrounding area, and The Grandfathers (2011) filmed in the Amazon basin of Ecuador.
Little Town of Bethlehem shares the life stories of three different people who grew up within the cycle of violence between Israelis and Palestinians, and who each chose nonviolence as their ways of life.More
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