London Palestine Film Festival 2010

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UPDATE: Full program online now…

April 30 – May 6, 2010 at Barbican Film, London

The 2010 programme has recently been finalised and will be richer than ever. Highlights will include Elia Suleiman’s latest feature The Time That Remains (below) – followed by a discussion with the director.

The UK premier of Eyal Sivan’s new documentary Jaffa: The Orange’s Clockwork followed by an expert panel discussion, and a session dedicated to the late poet Mahmoud Darwish – including a premier screening of Nasri Hajjaj’s documentary As The Poet Said. Plus much, much more new fiction, documentary, and art – from Palestine and further afield… check back here in mid-March for full programme details.

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