Elia Suleiman’s “It Must Be Heaven” is a delightful and absurd journey through exile and loss. Read more about Everywhere displaced, everywhere watching
Palestinian and international artists express “deep concern” over Israeli government-funded festival plans to promote Israeli cinema. Read more about Filmmakers challenge Israel "spotlight" at this year's Locarno Festival
Condom Lead by Gaza-born twins Tarzan and Arab also selected for short film competition. Read more about Hany Abu-Assad's "Omar" awarded at Cannes festival
The under-recognized steadfastness of Palestinians who clung onto their land in the areas of Palestine upon which the State of Israel was declared is lovingly praised in Sameh Zoabi’s lighthearted debut feature Man Without a Cell Phone. Read more about Film review: Palestinians in Israel honored in debut comedy feature
If you’re anywhere nearby, you don’t want to miss this year’s Boston Palestine Film Festival. Read more about Ten days of not-to-be-missed events launch tonight at Boston Palestine Film Festival
The Time That Remains: Chronicle of a Present Absentee is a must-see by writer-director-co-star Elia Suleiman. Read more about Elia Suleiman's sublime "The Time That Remains"
The 2011 London Palestine Flim Festival will open tomorrow, Friday, 29 April and will run through 11 May. The opening night will feature Zindeeq to be followed by a q & a with director Michel Khleifi and producer Omar Al-Qattan, chaired by Karma Nabulsi. Read more about London Palestine Film Festival opens tomorrow!