Bristol Palestine Film Festival 2016

by bristolpff in Bristol, Bristol, England

Bristol Palestine Film Festival 2016
We did it
On 28th November 2016 we successfully raised £1,306 with 41 supporters in 56 days

Annual film festival bringing fresh perspectives on Palestine’s economic, social, political and cultural life to the South West through film

by bristolpff in Bristol, Bristol, England

Now in its sixth year, the Bristol Palestine Film Festival needs your help to ensure we showcase a mixture of shorts and feature length films that provide a unique insight into life in Palestine, through the stories of people that live there. In today’s current climate, finding a voice is more important than ever before. 
The festival’s full programme will be published in October and will feature films that have never before been screened in the UK. The Festival will take place from 9-12 December.
Love, Theft and Other Entanglements
What people have said

“I have not felt like this since five days spent at Edinburgh Fringe some years back. A really powerful cultural event."

 “I was relieved to meet people challenging the stereotypes and using new and unique ways of advocating for Palestine”

"I saw in the film what reading the paper cannot communicate. It feels more personal.”

Why we need your help

We need your help to help us bring across the best and most innovative and engaging films and speakers. We need you to help us build our audience here in the South West and ensure more people than ever attend the festival. We need your help to help others across the UK screen Palestinian films.

Website: www.bristolpff.org.uk
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Bristol-Palestine-Film-Festival-300623979965286/
Or follow us on Twitter: @BristolPFF

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£5 or more

£5 Reward

A special mention on our website as one of our supporters.

£6 or more

0 of 5 claimed

£6 Reward

A signed copy of "Freedom through Football" The untold story of Britain's Most Intrepid Sports Club, that led to the foundation of the Film Festival. RRP: £10

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£8 Reward

Bristol Radical History Pamphleteer Pamphlet: 100 Fishponds Rd. Life and Death in a Victorian Workhouse by Roger Ball, Di Parkin, Steve Mills.

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Bristol Radical History Pamphleteer Pamphlet: The Maltreated and the Malcontents. Working in the Great Western Cotton Factory 1838-1914 by Mike Richardson

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Bristol Radical History Pamphleteer Pamphlet: The Enigma of Hugh Holmes Gore. Bristol’s Nineteenth Century Christian Socialist Solicitor by Mike Richardson

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9 of 10 claimed

£10 Reward

A ticket to the opening night of the festival.

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£10 Reward

Limited edition Bristol PFF Mug - only ten ever made!

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3 of 20 claimed

£10 Reward

A limited edition A3 Festival Poster, signed by performance poet and film-maker Hind Shoufani.

£10 or more

1 of 1 claimed

£10 Reward

Two tickets to a show of your choice at the Wardrobe Theatre in 2017

£15 or more

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£15 Reward

Adult ticket to a ‘Where the Wall’ street art tour

£20 or more

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£20 Reward

A meal for two at the Old Market Assembly

£30 or more

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£30 Reward

A copy of Palestine on a Plate. A delightful cookbook - showcasing the wide-ranging, vibrant and truly delicious dishes of this country and introduces the reader to traditional Palestinian methods, cooking style and flavours.

£35 or more

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£35 Reward

Free private hire of Arts House Cinema, Bristol for one evening in 2017

£40 or more

1 of 1 claimed

£40 Reward

A hamper packed with goodies from Essentials wholesome range.

£50 or more

1 of 1 claimed

£50 Reward

A meal for two at the independent restaurant Gallimaufry in Bristol

£250 or more

1 of 5 claimed

£250 Reward

Sponsor a film. You'll get a special mention at the Festival on our website and publicity material, some time with the directors that visit. 5 tickets to the film you sponsor.

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