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Bristol Palestine Film Festival is committed to providing an opportunity for moviegoers in the Southwest to experience the lives of Palestinian people through film. By bringing to Bristol Palestinian film, art and culture we invite viewers to explore the multiple realities and identities of the Palestinian people. It is this focus on humanness and the expression of the everyday lives of Palestinians that is at the core the mission of this Festival.
BPFF is a charity run by volunteers on a shoestring budget and we’re reliant on the generosity of our viewers in order to keep the festival going. Any donation, however small, would be hugely appreciated and help secure the future of the festival. Thank you all for your support!
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who joined us this year in watching our online slate of shorts — without you this festival wouldn’t be possible. We hope to welcome you all back in the cinema next year, with some great new Palestinian films!
It’s the final day of this year’s online festival! Our excellent selection of shorts will be available to stream for free until the end of the day at http://bristolpff.org.uk — fill your Sunday with some last minute short watching 🇵🇸
This insightful short covers a conversation between filmmaker Farah and her grandmother about their fate as Palestinian refugees granted Lebanese citizenship. The two women touch on topics full of emotions, memories and hope. Watch it here: https://bristolpff.org.uk/2020/11/30/the-seven-villages/ #BPFF2020