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2017 Houston Palestine Film Festival

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The Houston Palestine Film Festival brings an honest and independent view of Palestine and its diaspora’s society, culture, and political travails through the art of film. HPFF is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization that seeks to expose the near 6 million diverse inhabitants of the greater Houston area to Palestinian culture and identity through film.

The 2017 schedule will include:

May 5 - Museum of Fine Arts Houston

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Tawfiq's Reef by Roger Hill

May 6 - Rice University Media Center

4 pm

  • Radiance of Resistance by Jesse Roberts
  • Return to Seifa Village by Anne Paq & Roger Hill

7 pm

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Gaza a Gaping Wound by Anne Paq & Ala Qandil (accompanied by "Obliterated Families" photography exhibit)

May 7 - Rice University Media Center

  • Fire at Sea by Gianfranco Rosi and Donatella Palermo
  • We Cannot Go There Now, My Dear by Carol Mansour

The Houston Palestine Film Festival brings an honest and independent view of Palestine and its diaspora’s society, culture, and political travails through the art of film. HPFF is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization that seeks to expose the near 6 million diverse inhabitants of the greater Houston area to Palestinian culture and identity through film.

The 2017 schedule will include:

May 5 - Museum of Fine Arts Houston

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Tawfiq's Reef by Roger Hill

May 6 - Rice University Media Center

4 pm

  • Radiance of Resistance by Jesse Roberts
  • Return to Seifa Village by Anne Paq & Roger Hill

7 pm

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Gaza a Gaping Wound by Anne Paq & Ala Qandil (accompanied by "Obliterated Families" photography exhibit)

May 7 - Rice University Media Center

  • Fire at Sea by Gianfranco Rosi and Donatella Palermo
  • We Cannot Go There Now, My Dear by Carol Mansour

The Houston Palestine Film Festival brings an honest and independent view of Palestine and its diaspora’s society, culture, and political travails through the art of film. HPFF is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit organization that seeks to expose the near 6 million diverse inhabitants of the greater Houston area to Palestinian culture and identity through film.

The 2017 schedule will include:

May 5 - Museum of Fine Arts Houston

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Tawfiq's Reef by Roger Hill

May 6 - Rice University Media Center

4 pm

  • Radiance of Resistance by Jesse Roberts
  • Return to Seifa Village by Anne Paq & Roger Hill

7 pm

  • Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt & Mickey Yamine
  • Gaza a Gaping Wound by Anne Paq & Ala Qandil (accompanied by "Obliterated Families" photography exhibit)

May 7 - Rice University Media Center

  • Fire at Sea by Gianfranco Rosi and Donatella Palermo
  • We Cannot Go There Now, My Dear by Carol Mansour

WHEN

WHERE

Rice University Media Center Galleries
6100 Main St.
Houston, TX 77005
http://www.hpff.org/

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