SPECIAL EVENT: Palestinians, Live!
Sunday 10/23 5:30 & 8:30p | OBERON, Cambridge
FEATURED FILM: Speed Sisters, by Amber Fares
Friday 10/28 7p | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
CLOSING FILMS: Sci-fi Trilogy, by Larissa Sansour
Sunday 10/30 6:30p | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Leila Sansour in conversation following film
Arts Auction

“What the Boston Palestine Film Festival Means to Me”

We asked some of our filmmakers, audience members, and past volunteers to share some their thoughts about what the Boston Palestine Film Festival means to them. Here's what they had to say... Read More

Hany Abu-Assad on The Idol: “I Wanted It to Be a Love Letter to Gaza”

We spoke with Oscar-nominated Palestinian director Hany Abu-Assad about his latest film, The Idol, which chronicles the life and rise to superstardom of the Palestinian singer Mohammed Assaf. Read More

Dror Dayan: “It was Important to Me to Use the Resources I Had to Show the Real Situation in Palestine”

We spoke with Dror Dayan, director of Even Though My Land is Burning, a documentary that chronicles the involvement of Ben, an Israeli Jew living in Tel Aviv, as he continues to support the Palestinian struggle. Read More

Rinske Bosch: “Yazan Experienced the Violence of the Camp Every Day”

Netherlands-based Rinske Bosch speaks about her documentary, I'm Not Afraid of the Soldiers, which follows 13-year-old Yazan, who uses art to tell his story with the help of his friends. Read More

Take My Pictures for Me: Co-Directors Share Perspectives on Their Film: “There Were Many Scenes That Were Not Safe for Either of Us to Shoot”

We spoke with the co-directors of Take My Pictures For Me about the genesis of their film and the challenges and rewards they experienced while making it. Read More