- Date: –
- Venue: The Palestine Center
Filmmaker and Human Rights Advocate
**Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Screening begins promptly at 6:00 p.m.
Join us for an evening of short films that reflect on the Palestinian condition, produced by filmmaker Farah Nabulsi.
Oceans of Injustice: For decades, a gross injustice has been perpetuated against an entire people. Through consumption of news media, we think we understand what they are going through. But we have no idea. (RT: Approx 10 mins)
Nightmare of Gaza: A haunting, abstract and experimental narrative of a woman in the streets of Gaza surrounded by the devastation after the bombs have stopped. She has been helping others, but revelations show it is she who now needs help. (RT: Approx 13 mins)
Today They Took My Son: A mother coping with her young son being taken away by a military system. Her helplessness to prevent the cruel and inhumane treatment she knows he is experiencing is more than any mother can bear. (RT: Approx 8 mins)
The screening will be approximately 35 minutes long, followed by a moderated Q/A with the filmmaker.
To read more about her films, click here.
Biography of Speaker
Farah Nabulsi is a British Palestinian filmmaker, human rights advocate and founder of oceansofinjustice.com. She writes, directs and produces creative short films on Palestinian life under occupation. Her work has been screened internationally at film festivals, universities and at the United Nations. Her forthcoming film, The Present, underscores the importance of freedom of movement as a basic human right.
Farah uses the power of storytelling to share the Palestinian experience with Western audiences. Her novel approach has been endorsed by Noam Chomsky, Hanan Ashrawi, John Pilger, Ken Loach and others.