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Festival programmes and booking will always be through this site, but other announcements and updates are increasingly via facebook.
Partners & Supporters
Financial, logistical, curatorial, or venue partners of the PFF since 2005
Venue Partner Since 2005
The Barbican is Europe's largest multiarts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and education events.
London's Most Diverse Cinema
Barbican Film offers the best new film releases alongside a unique programme of special seasons and events. .
Leading Arab Charity in the UK
The IAC is a Pan-Arab charity which helps to alleviate suffering in any Arab country and which helps to promote the standing of Arabs in the West.
SOAS-based Think Tank
The largest concentration of Middle Eastern expertise in any institution in Europe.
Contemporary Art Curation
A platform and place for the exchange and development of Palestinian contemporary art.
Leading UK charity
The Foundation’s UK priorities include promoting a better understanding of Arab culture programme. Its principal work takes place in the Arab world and prioritises disadvantaged children and young people, in particular those who are disabled or have no – or limited – access to education..
Palestine Film Festivals
Other festivals (more listings coming soon)
The Boston Palestine Film Festival (BPFF) was established to showcase the extraordinary narrative of Palestinians through the medium of cinema to audiences in the New England area.
Bristol Palestine Film Festival aims to explore a side of Palestinian life that is rarely told in mainstream media. We aim to create connections for cultural and artistic exchange between the makers of film, visual art, and writing and viewers.
The Houston Palestine Film Festival brings an honest and independent view of Palestine and its diaspora’s society, culture, and political travails through the art of film.
Chicago’s Palestine Film Festival was one of the first in the US and continues to provide a rich programme.
The Ann Arbor Palestine Film Festival debuted in 2009 to over a thousand attendees.
Showcasing films of all genres and themes related to Palestine since 2008.
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