UK,London, Hackney: Film screening and talk: Palestine Archive Night

In an age dominated by the moving image what would it feel like to never see an image of the place that you came from?      

The Palestinian Film Archive contained over 100 films showing the daily life and struggle of the Palestinian people. The entire archive was lost in the Israeli siege of Beirut in 1982.  

 In this programme filmmakers address portayals of
Palestine including from the British mandate period from 1917, and the resistance to Israeli occupation in the 1970's. 
With films from: the Imperial War Museum archive (UK); Judy Price, artist (UK); Sarah Wood, filmmaker (UK); Kais Alzubaidi, filmmaker (Iraq/Germany).

PLUS:  discussion with filmmaker Sarah Wood and artist Judy Price 
Sarah Wood is a programmer at the Cambridge Film Festival.
Judy Price recently initiated an exchange between
Byam Shaw
of Art and International Academy of Art Palestine.

Tuesday 29 June: doors open 7pm, start 7.30pm

1 Richmond Road, Dalston, E8 
junction with
Kingsland Road
(behind The Haggerston bar)

Free entry. 
buses 67 149 242 243 / nearest tube
Old Street 
please note: access is via a flight of stairs / 22 steps
contact 07768 778 606

CATASTROPHE CLUB : Films from and about
Organised by Hackney Palestine Solidarity Campaign