Palestine-related events

Palestine Film Festival - Three films and shorts (IPSC)

Date(s): 6 Mar 2011

Time(s): 12:30PM

Area: Dublin

Venue: The Pearse Centre, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2

Palestine Film Festival - Three films and shorts

PALESTINE FILM FESTIVAL: From 12.30pm on Sunday 6th March there will be a full day Palestine film festival taking place in the Pearse Centre located at 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2.

Palestine One Day Film Festival
Palestine One Day Film Festival - Click for larger image

Aside from the three main films, there will also be screenings of thewinners of the short film contest, and Haitham Khatib’s short Life On Wheels (@4.40pm) about Jody McIntyre and Bil’in.

12.30pm: Avenge But One Of My Two Eyes (2005, Avi Mograbi). A controversial documentary drawing parallels between the Israeli-Palestinian situation and the enduring myths of Samson and Masada. A powerful, at times chilling, lament of the continuing violence - eloquent and vital. More info here:

2.40pm: American Radical - The Trials of Norman Finkelstein (2009, David Ridgen & Nicolas Rossier). Probing and intimate film about controversial US academic Norman Finkelstein, the son of holocaust survivors, ardent critic of Israel, and author of five landmark books. More info here:

5.30pm: Private (2005, Saverio Costanzo). Oscar-nominated Feature film in which a group of Israeli soldiers take possession of a house owned by a Palestinian family. The owner is a pacifist named Mohammed who refuses to leave his home. More info here:

Entry is €5 per film, or €12 for a full day ticket.

This event is organised by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) as one of a series of events taking place around Ireland during international Israeli Apartheid Week 2011 (6 – 12 March). For more information on other events in Ireland please see: and for a brochure of Dublin events please see the PDF below.

Israeli Apartheid Week 2011
Israeli Apartheid Week 2011

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