LONDON ISM PRESENTS:
THURSDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 7:30 -10:00
`My Little Olive Tree\’ (2004, 20 min) Osama Qashoo.
A short film of longing made by a young exiled Palestinian ISM activist
and artist, now based in London.\’Voices Through the Rubble\’ (2004, 30 min) dir. Musheir El-Farra
A devasting account of the situation in the Gaza strip in 2003 and 2004,
notable for the prominence given to the voices of children. El-Farra is a refugee from El-Qararra village which features in the film. He lives in Sheffield \’Bury My Heart in Palestine\’ (2004, 40 min) dir.
Jaya and Charlie Lamb Produced by 2 English film makers, this work explores the deeper roots of the Occupation and features interviews with Israeli peace activist Jeff Halper from the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions.
SPECIAL: footage from the ISM Freedom Summer Campaign of the action at
PLUS: Update from Palestine by recently returned ISM volunteers.
VENUE: THE RED ROSE, 129 Seven Sisters Rd, London N7 (nearest tube:
All welcome £5/3. Proceeds to the International Solidarity Movement ISM London
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