Bristol Palestine Fim Festival

The Bristol Palestine Film Festival (BristolPFF) brings Palestine-related cinema, arts and culture to audiences in Bristol and across the South West.

BristolPFF believes passionately in the power of stories to transform our understanding: through the films we show, we aim to open peoples’ eyes to the humanity, culture and everyday lives of the Palestinian people, and so help to give voice to their struggle to be heard.

What we do

Founded in 2011, we organise an annual film festival which takes place in December at the Watershed Media Centre, as well as community and arts venues across Bristol and the South West.

It features compelling and thought-provoking films, including documentaries, features and short films, by both established and emerging artists. Each year, guest filmmakers and commentators add contextual depth to the films through live events.

We also run workshops, poetry readings, concerts and socially engaged artistic works by Palestinians, or on themes related to Palestine. There is a wealth of creative content coming out of Palestine and its diaspora and, with few other outlets in the UK, BristolPFF provides a much-needed showcase for this work.

 

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