FILM: Five Broken Cameras at our March Meeting

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Winner of audience prizes around the world and nominated for an Oscar, Five Broken Cameras is the story of Bil’in, a West Bank Palestinian village, whose inhabitants have long been mounting a resistance to the occupation and appropriation of their land for a neighbouring Israeli settlements. It is told via the footage of local inhabitant Emad Burnat.

A compelling, stirring and moving document of the collective struggles that daringly meshes the personal essay with political cinema.

When? 8pm Monday 11th March 2013

Where? Room 3, RISC, London Street, Reading , RG1 4PS (above the Global Cafe)

FREE refreshments will be available plus Palestinian food products and handicrafts will be for sale.
Everyone welcome to this FREE event! We look forward to seeing you! 

Call our new number 0118 307 0037 or email us with questions.



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