On May 31, 2010, director iara lee was on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla when it was attacked by Israeli naval forces. The flotilla was an effort to bring humanitarian aid to the blockaded Gaza Strip, and the largest ship in the flotilla was the Mavi Marmara. In the early morning hours of May 31, Israeli commandos boarded the Mavi Marmara and opened fire on civilian passengers, killing at least nine passengers and wounding dozens more. Despite Israeli attempts to confiscate all footage taken during the attack on the ship, iara lee retained some footage, which she later screened at the United Nations. Below, you will find one-hour and fifteen-minute versions of her raw footage, as well as three short films about the attack and its aftermath. You can also find these videos on our YouTube channel.