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Screen Naila

We have obtained the rights from Just Vision to host non-commercial screenings of the award winning film about inspiring female-led civil resistance during the First Intifada, Naila and the UprisingGet in touch to arrange a screening for your organisation.

Watch Thank God It’s Friday, a documentary about life in the Palestinian village Nabi Saleh and in its opposite Israeli settlement Halamish:

Holding a film screening for Palestine? Here are some of our recommendations:

  • The Time That Remains (2009)
  • The Wanted 18 (2014)
  • Speed Sisters (2015)
  • Roadmap to Apartheid (2012)
  • Thank God It’s Friday (2013)
  • Arna’s Children (2004)
  • Five Broken Cameras (2011)
  • A World Not Ours (2012)
  • The Gatekeepers (2012)
  • Omar (2013)
  • Lemon Tree (2008)
  • Wajib (2017)
  • Budrus (2009)
  • Two Blue Lines (2015)


If you’re hosting a talk, dinner or concert, you could screen one of these fantastic shorts to open up the event. Each illuminates a particular issue relating to Palestine.

(We do not own these films, please contact the filmmakers directly)

بونبونة Bonboné (2017)

Film by Rakan Mayasi

Exploring the phenomenon of political prisoners inseminating their wives from jail, as a form of resistance.

(15 mins)

Your father was born 100 years old, and so was the Nakba ابوكي خلق عمره ١٠٠ سنة، زي النكبة

Film by Razan AlSalah (2017)

Exploring the Palestinian experience of separation from the place they are from, Razan’s grandmother has the painful experience of exploring modern day Haifa, her hometown, through Google Maps Streetview, the only way she is able to return.

(7 mins)