|Directed by||Simcha Jacobovici|
|Produced by||Simcha Jacobovici|
Ric Esther Bienstock
|Music by||Stephen Price|
|Edited by||Steve Weslak|
Deadly Currents is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Simcha Jacobovici and released in 1991. The film explores the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, profiling various people on both sides of the dispute.
The film premiered theatrically at the 1991 Toronto International Film Festival, and had a theatrical run before airing on CBC Television in 1992. When the film screened in Jerusalem, it was heavily criticized by viewers on both sides of the dispute.
- "Deadly points of view: Simcha Jacobovici's documentary, Deadly Currents, takes an open-minded and clear-eyed look at this centuries-old Israeli-Palestinian conflict". The Globe and Mail, October 5, 1991.
- "Mideast film an eye-opener". Toronto Star, October 9, 1991.
- "Rock flick Highway 61 sets pace of Canadian features race The Toronto film festival's annual rite of self-discovery takes an unusual perspective in otherwise familiar setting". Toronto Star, July 24, 1991.
- "CBC spotlights Israeli-Palestine war". Waterloo Region Record, January 29, 1992.
- "Canadian's film on intifada criticized from both sides at Jerusalem screening". Montreal Gazette, December 9, 1991.
- "Canadian film wins". The Globe and Mail, October 22, 1991.
- "Naked Lunch top fare at Genies: 8 awards for surrealistic fantasy, but some films ill-served by presenters". The Globe and Mail, November 23, 1992.
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