This film shines a light on those struggling to fight the injustices embedded within the Israeli occupation of Palestinians in the West Bank and those living in Israel.
The Bethlehem Cultural Festival presents a screening and Q&A of FARHA on 18th May in collaboration the Arab Film Club.
Screenings of Palestinian short films, co-curated by Sarah Agha (actress, writer and founder of the Arab Film Club) and Wisam Al Jafari (the award-winning filmmaker from Bethlehem).
Twelve Palestinian women sit before us and talk of their life before the Diaspora, of their memories, of their lives and of their identity. Their narratives are connected by the enduring thread of the ancient art of embroidery.
Baha Alhelou takes a walk along the wall and discusses paintings on the wall and through Aida refugee camp.
Palestinian traditional dresses displayed and presented as a fashion show with commentary by Maha Saca from the Palestinian Heritage Centre of Bethlehem.
An art conversation along the wall in Bethlehem, with Baha Hilo, artist Ayed Arafah and filmmaker Tamara Abu Laban.
A cinematic diary chronicling the building of the separation wall in the filmmaker’s home town of Bethlehem
Palestinian chef Fadi Kattan takes us on a journey through the Bethlehem Souks.
A song about Christmas from the Jerusalem Santa House.