Palestinian Film Festival Australia

The Palestinian Film Festival Australia is a social impact initiative dedicated to promoting Palestinian arts and culture in a multicultural Australian context

Sydney, Melbourne, Hobart, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra (October 2020)

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The Palestinian Film Festival Australia is pleased to kick off 2020 with wonderful news about the Australian national release of ‘It Must Be Heaven’ by Elia Suleiman! From 2 April 2020, audiences across Australia will be able to watch It Must Be Heaven at participating cinemas. Watch this space for more information.
Thank you for your continued support and friendship in 2019. This year’s festival showcased our biggest program to date. Thank you for making it so special. We say goodbye to 2019 paying tribute to individuals and communities worldwide facing adversity with a level of resilience that leaves us in awe. We look forward to 2020 and to sharing lots of exciting news with you. Happy New Year, all! Love, Palestinian Film Festival Australia Image credit: It Must Be Heaven by Elia Suleiman
SOLD OUT: Tomorrow’s event with Riwaq Architect & Co-Director, Shatha Safi, has sold out! Shatha is in Australia as part of the Black-Palestinian Solidarity Conference held in Melbourne last week. Thank you to the Black-Palestinian Solidarity Conference, in particular Prof. Gary Foley, for organising this landmark conference and for the opportunity to host Shatha in Sydney. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
A heartfelt THANK YOU to our dear friends in #Hobart for a wonderful opening to the Palestinian Film Festival last night! A special shout out to John Kelly and the fabulous team at the State Cinema, to Greg Barns and to our volunteers & supporters who worked hard to make sure that last night was another SOLD OUT session. Thank you, Hobart x
LIVERPOOL / CASULA: We're heading to the stunning, historic Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre this weekend. Who's joining us? Sat 2 Nov, 4pm - Mirrors of Diaspora (Iraqi documentary) showing with Strange Cities Are Familiar (Palestinian short film) Sat 2 Nov, 7pm - It Must Be Heaven showing with Ambience Sun 3 Nov, 3pm - Gaza with The Crossing Sun 3 Nov, 5:30pm - Weldi: Dear Son (Tunisian film) More info/tix:
SOLD OUT: Great to see so many old & new friends at the 2nd full session of the Gaza documentary. Sorry to everybody that missed out on tickets. We have a 3rd session in Sydney showing at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre this coming Sunday 3 Nov, 3pm. Tix & info: