A presentation by Mohanad Yaqubi followed by Q&A
What is left today from the Palestinian revolution are some images and sounds, pieces of film scattered around the world and preserved in tins categorised by other people. These films record the life of people that are no longer on Earth; places that have changed; a history that doesn’t have a place in memory. In this presentation, Mohanad Yaqubi will address the story of Palestinian revolutionary cinema by following the life of the Palestine Film Unit, a film group that was established in 1968 and developed with the revolution until the Israeli invasion of Beirut in 1982.
Mohanad Yaqubi is a filmmaker and one of the founders of Idioms Film. He teaches film studies at the International Art Academy – Palestine, and at the Media Department of Al-Qud University. He is part of Subversive Films, a curatorial and research collective that focuses on militant film practices. He is currently working on his first feature film Off Frame, about Palestinian revolutionary cinema.
This event is organized in collaboration with Courtisane Festival
The event is free and it will be held in the KVS_Bol (Brussels) on April 3rd at 20h