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Nationwide

Open Bethlehem film screenings

Film director Leila Sansour has made this remarkable film about her home town, Bethlehem. Having left the city as a teenager, she returned to make a film about the town in crises, encircled by the Israeli wall…what happens next is the story of  a homecoming to the world’s most famous little town. The film spans seven momentous years in the life of Bethlehem, revealing a city of astonishing beauty and political strife under occupation. The film draws from 700 hours of original footage and some rare archive material.

Venues and dates of screenings can be found on the Open Bethlehem website

Worcestershire

Thursday, January 29th from 7pm, speaker 7.30pm

St. George’s Catholic Church Hall, Sansome Walk, Worcester,  WR1 1UG

 

Free admission, limited free parking, free refreshments, Palestinian produce for sale

Worcester-Palestine Friendship Society presents a public meeting – Eye Witness Stories from Israel and Palestine. Our speaker is Ann Farr, who has experience as an Ecumenical Accompanier in the West Bank, Palestine.  She was last there in September 2014.

More info: Lorna Archer 07973 448827

West Midlands

 Friday 16th January, 7.15 for 7.30pm

Friends’ Meeting House, 8b Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton, free admission

Film screening: The Colour of Olives. Mexican film-maker, Carolina Rivas, chronicles the daily life of a PAlestinian family which makes its home in an area of the West Bank where locked gates, electric fences and armed soldiers are the norm. The film glimpses their private world of struggle and joy

01902 450640, wolvespsc@gmail.com for more information

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