Al-Kasaba International Film Festival

Al-Kasaba International Film FestivalThe 4th edition of the Al-Kasaba International Film Festival will take place from the 8th till the 22nd of October 2009. The Festival is organised by the Al-Kasaba Theatre and Cinematheque , a non-governmental cultural organisation located at the heart of the city of Ramallah. It provides an ideal space of performance for Palestinian and international performing art troupes, from theatre to dance, from film screening to musical events and conferences. The organisation aims to promote theatre and cinema in the Palestinian Territories and on an international level.

Various venues in the Palestinian Territories:

Ramallah - Al-Kasaba Theatre and Cinematheque
Jerusalem - Palestinian National Theatre
Nablus - Cinema City
Bethlehem - The International Centre of Bethlehem Dar Annadwa
And in 5 Refugee camps
Ibdaa Centre - Al-Dhaisheh
Freedom Theatre - Jenin
Children Happiness Center - Balata
Al Rowwad Centre for Culture and Theatre - Aida
Social Youth Centre - Al-Jalazoun

This year’s edition is featuring 64 Films (including an animation film and 12 documentary films) from 24 countries.

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