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Naila and the Uprising: Film Tour to mark International Women’s Day

category national | arts and media | news report author Sunday March 01, 2020 20:49author by IPSC - Ireland Palestine Solidarity Campaign Report this post to the editors

Between 5th and 12th March you are invited to attend one of our nationwide special screenings of the highly acclaimed Palestinian documentary film ‘Naila and the Uprising’. All screenings of the film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with the film’s producer Rula Salameh.
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Between 5th and 12th March you are invited to attend one of our nationwide special screenings of the highly acclaimed Palestinian documentary film ‘Naila and the Uprising’. All screenings of the film will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with the film’s producer Rula Salameh.

Wed 4 – DCU, Henry Grattan Building, 7pm
Thur 5 – Wexford, Wexford Artist Hub, 7pm
Fri 6 – Derry, Museum of Free Derry, 7pm
Sat 7 – Portadown, Drumcree Community Centre, 1pm
Sat 7 – Belfast, James Connolly Visitor Centre, 5pm
Sun 8 – Dublin, Liberty Hall Theatre, 3pm
Mon 9 – Cork, University College Cork, 6pm
Wed 11 – Limerick, Absolute Hotel, 8pm
Thur 12Galway, Palas Cinema, 7pm

When a nation-wide uprising breaks out in Palestine, a young woman in Gaza must make a choice between love, family, and freedom. Undaunted, she embraces all three, joining a clandestine network of women in a movement that forces the world to recognize the Palestinian right to self-determination for the first time.

Naila and the Uprising chronicles the remarkable journey of Naila Ayesh and a fierce community of women at the frontlines, whose stories weave through the most vibrant, nonviolent mobilization in Palestinian history – the First Intifada in the late 1980s.

Using evocative animation, intimate interviews, and exclusive archival footage, this film brings out of anonymity the courageous women activists who have remained on the margins of history — until now. While most images of the First Intifada paint an incomplete picture of stone-throwing young men front and center, this film tells the story that history overlooked – of an unbending, nonviolent women’s movement at the head of Palestine’s struggle for freedom.

What the critics say

‘100% Certified Fresh’ rating on Rotten Tomatoes

“An individual and collective remembrance … a portrait of both a truly remarkable woman and an entire generation of Palestinians with incredible courage” – Electronic Intifada

“It’s a painful story, but also an illuminating one … well worth watching.” – Hollywood Reporter

“A story that deserves more than 76 minutes, but this is a fascinating start.” – Seattle Times

About Rula Salameh

Producer of Naila and the Uprising and Budrus, Rula is the Education and Outreach Director, Palestine at Just Vision, a nonprofit that highlights the power and reach of Palestinians and Israelis working to end the occupation and build a future of freedom, dignity and equality.

Most screenings are hosted by the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign as part of Israeli Apartheid Week in Ireland, a series of events and actions taking place all over Ireland as part of the 16th annual international Israeli Apartheid Week.

Related Link: https://www.ipsc.ie/apartheid/naila-and-the-uprising-film-tour-to-mark-international-womens-day
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