The Czech photographer Josef Koudelka grew up behind the Iron Curtain, gripped by a desire to discover what could possibly lie “on the other side”. Forty years later, he has become a legendary Magnum photographer; he sets off to photograph the wall that separates Israel from Palestine. In this region where he is once again confronted with violence and conflicts, he embarks on a long-term project. Gilad Baram followed him in his work over the years, progressively creating a fascinating and radiant dialogue between his own film and the photographs of Koudelka. A film of a rare conclusive and human wealth, Koudelka Shooting Holy Land is our personal pick of FILAF 2016 (Perpignan).