As the war in Gaza continues, with the death toll climbing to 27,000 and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this week rejecting the terms of a proposed ceasefire, in spite of increased pressure from the US, the furious polarisation that the conflict has created around the world, and in the creative sectors in particular, shows little hope of abating.

In the film and television industry the battle between pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian supporters has become loud, angry and messy...

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