Ramleh is a social-political film about the lives of four women in the town of Ramleh, a Jewish-Arab town in Israel. It documents the disintegration of a country of displaced people torn by religious, national and cultural differences.

The film was part of the Jerusalem International Film Festival, FIPA 2002, Munich, Prague, Istanbul, Milano, Mumbai, Kalamata, Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York and others.

Distributed by First Hand Films. (2001)