Chronicles of A Refugee is a 6 part documentary series that looks at the Palestinian refugee experience, in its global context, over the past 60 years. Through the voices of Palestinian refugees, the first three episodes recount the experiences of Palestinian refugees since 1947. These voices take us form "Al-Nakba" (The Catastrophe) in 1948 (Part I) through the repeated expulsions of Palestinians from, and by, host countries (Part II) to the various legal, social, and political discrimination they have been experiencing (Part III). The last three episodes raise three main issues facing contemporary Palestinian refugees. The intended goal here is to open up debates revolving around the Palestinian identity (Part IV); the Right of Return (Part V); and the problem of political representation (Part VI). Filmed in 17 countries, 18 refugee camps, 36 cities, with more than 300 interviews, Chronicles of A Refugee gives voice to the Palestinian refugees displaced in 1948, as well as, to their descendants. This documentary series covers a wide range of age groups, socio-economic status, and educational levels.