Two strong 2005 video documentaries on the Arab-Israeli conflict. In Nada El Yassir’s All That Remained the bedouins of the Negev Desert cling tenaciously to their traditional way of life despite the Israeli government’s callous indifference. Because their settlements aren’t recognized by Israel, they’re denied water and electricity, which leads to unendurable hardship and a surreal sense of invisibility. Issa Freij and Nicholas Wadimoff’s Last Supper—Abu Dis records a Palestinian family’s dread as they await completion of a massive concrete wall that will obscure their scenic view of Jerusalem. In Arabic with subtitles. 72 min.