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Film & Palestinian Poetry Fest On In Wellington

UN International Day Of Solidarity With The Palestinian People AND THEIR RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION

“OUT OF PLACE-OUT OF TIME” A film by Stefan Markworth A compelling, intimate documentary that reveals the historical circumstances and the contemporary issues facing Palestinian refugees in Lebanon today

Come along for the Film and Palestinian Poetry

28 November - 3:30pm - Film Archive Centre 84 Taranaki Street, Wellington

Wellington Palestine Group, P.O.Box 642, Wellington
Nadra Zarifeh Festival Director
Date Palm Film Festival

Date Palm Film Festival gratefully acknowledges the support of our "Friends of the Festival", Sassi Solutions, Waymark Solutions, Innovative Travel, WelTec, Avery Ford, The Paramount, the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Lion Foundation, SKYCITY Auckland Community Trust, Wellington City Council, Creative Communities Auckland City, Creative Communities NZ Christchurch City.

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