Join AAPER and the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) at our First Annual DC Palestine Film Festival!

This FREE event will showcase films that highlight the situation in Palestine, the experiences of the Palestinian people and American responses to the situation in Palestine.

VENUE

ADC Heritage Center
1732 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20007

RSVP on Facebook or send an email to rsvp@adc.org


FILM SCHEDULE

MONDAY, APRIL 25

6:30 PM: Salt of This Sea - A romantic drama about a working-class woman and her experiences traveling back home.

TUESDAY, APRIL 26

6:30 PM: Private - A Palestinian family is trapped inside a house commandeered by Israeli soldiers.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27: GAZA NIGHT

6:30 PM: One Family in Gaza - Through one family’s story, the larger tragedy of Gaza is exposed, and the courage and resilience of its people shines through.

7:00 PM: Something to Prove - A documentary following fifteen 15-year old boys from Gaza as they visit the United States for the first time.

8:00 PM: Tears of Gaza - A powerful and emotionally devastating record of the impact of the 2008-2009 bombing of Gaza had on the civilian population.

THURSDAY, APRIL 28

6:30 PM: With God on Our Side - A look at what Christian Zionism teaches and more importantly, the real implications it has on the people of the Middle East.

FRIDAY, APRIL 29

6:30 PM: Arna's Children - Late Jewish-Palestinian Actor/Director Juliano Mer-Khamis' documentary on his mother, Arna, an activist against the Israeli occupation who founded an alternative education system for Palestinian children.

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