London Palestine Film Festival, 2012

The 2012 London Palestine Film Festival will open at the Barbican Cinema on Friday April 20th, and continue for two weeks at the Barbican and at SOAS and

UCL venues (University of London).

Watch the Festival’s trailer here

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The 2012 London Palestine Film Festival – Trailer from Palestine Film Foundation on Vimeo.

In advance of the 2012 Festival itself, the PFF will also be offering three

exclusive “Pre-Festival Events”  at preeminent London venues.

The 2011 London Palestine Film Festival runs from April 29th to May 11th, showcasing some 30 works across all cinematic genres and by artists from around the world. 

For the first time, the Festival now extends across three different venues, beginning at the Barbican Cinema 1 (April 29th – May 4th), moving to SOAS, Russell Square (May 5th – 8th), and then the Darwin Theatre, UCL, Gower St (May 9th – 11th). For more information see palestinefilm.org and join us on Facebook and Twitter.

You may have a glimpse here at



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