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Announcement :: Education
Boston Palestinian Film Festival October 18 - October 27 Museum of Fine Arts Boston MA
09 Oct 2019
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Boston Palestinian Film Festival
October 18 - October 27
Boston Palestinian Film Festival

The Boston Palestine Film Festival (BPFF) brings Palestine-related cinema, narratives, and culture to New England audiences.

The festival features compelling and thought-provoking films, including documentaries, features, rare early works, video art pieces, and new films by emerging artists and youth. These works from directors around the world offer refreshingly honest, self-described, and independent views of Palestine and its history, culture, and geographically dispersed society.

Each year, guest filmmakers from various countries and expert commentators add contextual depth to the films. BPFF also offers ancillary cultural programming including concerts by Palestinian musicians and art exhibits by or about Palestinians.
BPFF Announces Program for Its Thirteenth Season
10 Days of Palestinian Narratives

The full schedule for #BPFF2019 is now online!
Opening Film: It Must Be Heaven

Friday, October 18, 2019 ~ 7 pm
Remis Auditorium – Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A man escapes from Palestine seeking an alternative homeland, only to find that Palestine is trailing behind him.

Director Elia Suleiman invited
Tickets: $20 Non-MFA member, $16 MFA member – On Sale 9/19
Opening Party

Friday, October 18, 2019 ~ 9:30 pm
Taste Cafe – Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, outside Remis

Live music and dancing
Admission included in film ticket
Cash Bar; valid ID required
Closing Film: The Tower

Sunday, October 27, 2019 ~ 3 pm
Remis Auditorium – Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

An uplifting, beautifully animated film that captures the story of Palestine through four generations.

Director Mats Grorud in conversation
Tickets: $15 Non-MFA member, $12 MFA member – On Sale 9/19

See Also: US Poll: Only 22.2% Sympathize More With Israelis vs Palestinians – by Grant Smith ( 13 March 2019
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