The United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq is expected to unveil a plan in May that it hopes will lead to a compromise over contentious land issues in oil-rich northern Iraq.
The documentary, due to première at the Tribeca Film Festival, follows four teenagers trying to eke out a normal life inside a war zone.
Tensions are rising between Kurdish, Arab, and Turkmen factions over power and populations in the province, the heart of northern Iraq's oil industry.
The 104-acre, 21-building enclave was cleared for occupancy recently and will open next month.
The summit of Arab neighbors Tuesday is the third attempt to gain more support for Iraq's reconstruction from Sunni states. Baghdad's crackdown on Shiite militias may help.
Top ruling party members are jittery about being tried in international courts.
In an interview, a member of the Islamic Army of Iraq speaks of his group's long-term goals.
Iraq's oil minister says the assault helped curb oil smuggling.