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Highlights from 2012

By March 10, 2013November 11th, 2015News

Take a look at our festival highlights from 2012.  Over 800 people attended, over 7 days.  98% of the audience rated the event good overall; with 95% saying they would continue to discuss Palestine after the event.  On the links below you can see a selection of video, audio and photographs from the event.

Talking with Dr Phil Hammond on BBC radio Bristol, Daoud Sarhandi, a former student from South Gloucestershire and Stroud College, Filton Campus, returns to his hometown for the screening of ‘The Color of Olives’.

https://bristolpff.org.uk/festival-highlights-2012/interview-with-daoud-sarhandi/

Bristol Palestine Film Festival teams up with Easton Energy Group to screen a series of short films from Palestine. The event took audience participation to a new level at cinema with punters having to join a four strong pedal team, which powered the projector and speakers.

https://bristolpff.org.uk/festival-highlights-2012/images-from-cycle-power-cinema/

This year’s photography exhibition featured work by Eid Suleman, Visualising Palestine, woman from the Suisya Centre and students from the Alrowwad Cultural and Theatre Society.

https://bristolpff.org.uk/festival-highlights-2012/photography-exhibition/

More about about 2013 shortly…

 

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