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PPF | Previous festivals
The PFF has held an annual London Palestine Film Festival since 1999. This page includes programmes for all Festivals since 2005. These are in PDF format and can be downloaded and opened using Acrobat Reader.

Please use the links below to download programmes by year:
LPFF12
The 2012 LPFF ran from April 20th to May 3rd

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The 2012 Festival took place at the Barbican Cinema, SOAS, and UCL (Darwin Theatre) venues. Over 40 works were exhibited, with some 20 guest speakers in attendance. Festival patron Karma Nabulsi opened the Festival at the Barbican on April 20th, with a sold out UK Premiere of Sameh Zoabi's Man Without A Cell Phone launching the film programme. Other keynote speakers at the 2012 Festival included Ella Shohat, Kamal Aljafari, Chris Pinney, Francis Gooding, Ilan Pappe, Monica Maurer, Marco Pasquini, Swee Ang, Alia Arasoughly, and Rachel Shabi.

The 2012 Festival was accompanied by the PFF's first video art exhibition, exploring some 25 years of experimentation by Palestinian visual artists working internationally. (Details Here)

Also new in 2012, was a Pre Festival Season, involving high profile screen events at different London venues during the three weeks preceding the Festival itself. (Details Here)

Downloadable Programme Here (pdf)

LPFF 2011
The 2011 LPFF ran from April 29th to May 11th

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The 2011 Festival saw the annual festival expand to take place at three London venues the Barbican Cinema, SOAS (Russell Square), and the Darwin Theatre at UCL (Gower St.). Some 30 films across multiple genres were celebrated along with panel discussions and question and answer sessions involving 20 expert speakers. The Festival was opened by patron Karma Nabulsi. Festival guests included Michel Khleifi, Raed Andoni, Heiny Srour, Simone Bitton, Rima Issa, Vibeke Løkkeberg, and Shane O'Sullivan.

The 2011 Festival ran alongside the Fourth Annual PFF Photographic Exhibition, showcasing three decades of photojournalism by renowned Panos photographer JC Tordai. (Details Here)

Downloadable Programme Here (pdf)

LPFF 2010
The 2010 London Palestine Film Festival ran from April 30th to May 14th

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The Festival was held at London’s Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Over 60 films were screened with a range of panel discussions and question and answer sessions alongside. Guests and speakers at the 2010 PFF included Elia Suleiman, Kamal Aljafari, Eyal Sivan, Nasri Hajjaj, Najwa Najjar, Rachel Leah Jones, and Ahmad Habash.

The 2010 Festival ran alongside the Third Annual PFF Photographic Exhibition, showcasing work by Palestinian artists Noel Jabbour and Taysir Batniji. (Details Here)

Downloadable Programme Here (pdf)

LPFF 2009
The 2009 London Palestine Film Festival ran from April 24th to May 8th

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The Festival was held at London’s Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Over 30 films from directors and artists of all nationalities and backgrounds were screened alongside panel discussions and question and answer sessions.

The 2009 Festival ran alongside an exclusive photographic exhibition by multi award winning photojournalist Ryuichi Hirokawa. (Details Here)

Downloadable Programme Here (pdf)

LONDON PFF 2008
The 2008 London Palestine Film Festival ran from April 18th to May 1st

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The Festival was held at London’s Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. More than 35 films from directors and artists of all nationalities and backgrounds were screened alongside panel discussions and question and answer sessions.

The Festival was opened by its patron, the Egyptian author, critic, and activist Ahdaf Soueif.

Marking the 60th anniversary since the Nakba of 1948, the Festival opened with a special series of screenings on Oral History and the Right of Return, involving filmmakers, historians, and activists. Other highlights of the 2008 Festival included Question and Answer sessions with the following directors: Mai Masri, Katia Saleh, Dominique Dubosc, Eyal Sivan, and Nada el Yasir. Academics, critics, and activists including Karma Nabulsi, Tony Allan, Mark Zeitoun, Mike Dibb, and Gareth Pierce participated in a series of wellattended screen talks and debates.

Download the 2008 London Palestine Film Festival Programme


LONDON PFF 2007
The 2007 London Palestine Film Festival ran from April 27th to May 10th

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The Festival was held at the Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. Over 40 films of all genres and from all corners of the world were shown. The Festival was opened by patron Ahdaf Soueif.


The 2007 Festival opened with a special focus on young Palestinian fiction writerdirectors and the emerging Palestinian cinema narrative. Directors Najwa Najjar and Sameh Zoabi participated in a soldout panel discussion following screenings of their short fiction films. Over the course of the Festival, other “live” highlights included 2 booklaunch talks by USbased scholar of representation and culture, Ella Shohat. Other speaking events included panel discussions on socialist antiZionism, Q & A sessions with directors Ismail Habash, Eran Torbiner, and Khadijeh Habashneh.

Download the 2007 London Palestine Film Festival Programme


LONDON PFF 2006
The 2006 London Palestine Film Festival ran from April 21st to May 5th

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The 2006 Festival was held at the Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. The Festival was opened by patron Ahdaf Soueif.


The programme opened with a UK premiere of the documentary film "Massaker" by Monica Borgmann and Lokman Slim, with director Monika Borgmann in attendance for a Q & A session following the film. The Festival was privileged to enjoy the participation of the following filmmakers who took part in panel discussions or Q & A sessions over the fortnight: Annemarie Jacir, Ayreen Anastas, Larissa Sansour, and Mohammed Bakri. It also included special sessions (doublebills or thematic strands) exploring refugee youth, women and resistance, and video art.

Download the 2006 London Palestine Film Festival Programme


LONDON PFF 2005
2005 marked the PFFs first year of collaboration with the Barbican cinema

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The 2005 London Palestine Film Festival was held from April 22nd to May 6th at the Barbican Cinema and London University’s School of Oriental and African Studies. The Festival was opened by patron Ahdaf Soueif.


The programme included Question and Answer sessions with directors Asher Tlalim, Ali Nassar and Benny Brunner. As the first of the PFF’s collaborations with the Barbican Cinema, the programme looked to draw together new and older material, and so included rarely screened works Jean Luc Godard as well as new work by animators and artists working throughout Palestine and the Palestinian diaspora.

Download the 2005 London Palestine Film Festival Programme.

PREVIOUS FESTIVALS
The London Palestine Film Festival has been running since 1998

Information on Festivals programmed prior to 2005 is not currently available online.