The Occupation of the American Mind – April 21st

Documentary Screening

The new documentary, “The Occupation of the American Mind” will be screened at the in Atlanta  on April 21st.

EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

For more details see the following flyer or click on this link to the Facebook event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1730016903934720/

To read more about this film please read this article:

http://www.commondreams.org/views/2016/04/02/occupation-american-mind-documented

Documentary Screening
The Occupation of the American Mind – Documentary Screening April 21st at 7PM

2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival

October 15th to 25th


Thursday, Oct. 15th – Midtown Arts Theatre (click for map)

7:00 pm – A Bottle in the Gaza Sea

A Bottle in the Gaza Sea - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF2015A Bottle in the Gaza Sea. (100 minutes) – Drama. A bottle thrown in the sea and a correspondence by email initiate a tenuous relationship between two young people in Palestine divided by colonial forces beyond their control. A sliver of nurtured hope may give them the strength to confront this harsh reality, to grapple with it, and thereby ever so slightly change it.


Sunday, Oct. 18th – Emory University, White Hall (click for map)

4:30 pm – 1913: Seeds of Conflict

6:00 pmPalestinian Meal

7:00 pm – The People and the Olive

1913: Seeds of Conflict - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF20151913: SEEDS of CONFLICT (60 minutes) – Documentary. A film exploring the little-known history of Palestine during the latter part of the Ottoman Empire, a time of relative harmony between Arabs and Jews. Living side by side in the multi-lingual, cosmopolitan city of Jerusalem, Jews, Christians and Muslims intermingled with a cultural fluidity enjoyed by all. How did this land of milk and honey, so diverse and rich in culture, become the site of today’s bitter and seemingly intractable struggle?

The People and the Olive - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF2015The People & The Olive. (70 minutes) – Documentary. A documentary about the daily struggles and joys of Palestinian olive farmers. When a group of American ultra-marathoners sets out to run 129 miles in 5 days across the West Bank they discover that in replanting uprooted olive trees they are planting hope and building cultural bridges.


Thursday, Oct. 22nd – Midtown Arts Theatre (click for map)

7:00 pm – The Other Son

The Other Son - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF2015The Other Son. (105 minutes) –  Drama. Two young men, one Israeli and one Palestinian, are accidentally switched at birth. The film centers on Joseph who is about to turn 18 years old and serve in the IDF. During routine tests, his family discovers his blood type is different from theirs. Through further testing, including DNA testing, the family discovers that Joseph is not their biological son.


Sunday, Oct. 25th – Central Presbyterian (click for map)

5:00 pm – In the Image

6:30 pm Palestinian Meal

7:30 pm – The Wanted 18

In the Image - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF2015In the Image. (57 minutes) – Documentary. This film explores the daily lives of Palestinian women living in the occupied West Bank. The film portrays their stories in a novel and eye-opening manner; through video footage captured by the women themselves.

The Wanted 18 - 2015 Atlanta Palestine Film Festival APFF2015The Wanted 18. (75 minutes) – Documentary. An astonishing true story: the Israeli army’s pursuit of 18 cows, whose independent milk production on a Palestinian collective farm was declared “a threat to the national security of the state of Israel.”


ATTENDING THE FESTIVAL

All proceeds go towards covering screening, location and food costs, any remaining funds go towards supporting future film festivals and educational events. This is an all-volunteer organised event.  Thanks for your support!

RSVP for MEALS

Regardless of how you pay, please still RSVP for the MEALS you plan to attend using the form above – so we know how much food to purchase. Thanks!

Please RSVP for the MEALS using the following form or by emailing events@atlantapalestine.org

GET YOUR TICKETS

  • Tickets are $10 per film or $20 for TWO films plus dinner (on either Sunday).
  • Student rate is $5 per film or $15 for TWO films plus dinner (on either Sunday).
  • Festival Pass is $50 or $30 for students

PAYMENT OPTIONS

NOTE – Please pay in advance if possible – especially for nights with food – so we know how much food to order – if this is not possible then PLEASE RSVP at least 24 hrs in advance to: events@atlantapalestine.org 

  1. PayPal by clicking the link and paying the amount for your Pass ($50 or $30 for students) printing the receipt and bringing it with you to the screening.

  2. CHECK BY MAIL: Make checks payable to: “NDPC” (North Decatur Presbyterian Church) Mail registration form and checks to the Treasurer:

    Joining Hands for Justice
    c/o Walt Bryde
    2200 Century Parkway, Suite # 260 Atlanta, GA 30345

  3. AT THE DOOR: by Cash, Check or Credit Card (but remember PLEASE RSVP if you want to eat!)


     FESTIVAL SPONSORS

  • Joining Hands for Justice in Israel/Palestine (www.jhjip.org)
  • Students for Justice in Palestine, Emory University
  • Central Presbyterian Church
  • Kairos Mission Group at Oakhurst Baptist Church,
  • Oakhurst Presbyterian Church Peacemaking and Justice Committee
  • Students for Justice in Palestine, Georgia State University
  • Jewish Voice for Peace – Atlanta

FESTIVAL PROGRAM

Please feel free to download and distribute this program flyer in two formats


For more information email: info@atlantapalestine.org