Toronto Palestine Film Festival 2009

Saturday, September 26, 2009 - 04:00 to Friday, October 2, 2009 - 04:00

Following the success of our 2008 inaugural year, we are pleased to
present the second annual Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF). TPFF
09 will take place on September 26-October 2, 2009, at various cinemas
in the GTA including the Art Gallery of Ontario Jackman Theatre, the
Bloor Cinema, the Revue Cinema and Square One in Mississauga.
TPFF was conceived to introduce Toronto audiences to the richness and
diversity of Palestine and Palestinians. Our festival strives to
inspire new perspectives and celebrate film as a thought-provoking art
form. The festival showcases the extraordinary narrative of a
dispossessed people living in exile or under occupation. The films
examine a wide array of topics from a unique and under-represented
Palestinian perspective, and highlight the dynamism of Palestinian
culture.
Tickets are $10 to purchase click here.

 

Various venues TBA Toronto
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