Since 1998, the LPFF has provided a unique high-profile platform for Palestinian film, spanning all eras and genres. By 2014, the event boasted over 4000 visitors, 71 films and 27 guest speakers alongside an eclectic series of cultural events. In 2016, however, the festival had to close its doors.
This November, we are incredibly excited to bring the festival back, hosting our screenings in association with London's most influential film institutions:
- The Barbican
- The Curzon (Soho)
- Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)
- Rio (Dalston)
With most of our funds obtained through private donors, our last stretch of fundraising is open to the community. The funds raised through our community of film lovers and Palestine supporters ensure that we can host essential parts of the festival, like director Q&A's as well as a suitable PR and marketing strategy.
After our team's efforts in organising the framework, your support in bring the festival back is both needed and appreciated.
Suggestions/ Questions? Drop us a line using our website (below).
Team Palestine Film
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