Palestinian Film Days at the Rainbow Theater

Palestinian Film Days at the Rainbow Theater
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AMMAN — Palestinian Film Days is making a triumphant return, bringing with it four captivating movie screenings that will grace the screens of The Rainbow Theater in Jabal Amman from Sunday, November 19, to Tuesday, November 21, starting at 7 p.m.اضافة اعلان

The Wanted 18Sunday, November 19
Time: 7 p.m.
Genre: Documentary/Animation

This 2014 Palestinian-Canadian animated film tells the tale of a small Palestinian village that disrupts the status quo by purchasing 18 cows, thereby ending their reliance on Israeli-controlled milk sources. Notably, it clinched the Documentary Feature Film award at the Carthage Film Festival in 2014 and also earned recognition at the Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival.

3000 NightsMonday, November 20
Time: 7 p.m.
Genre: Drama/Documentary

Directed by Mai Masri, this 2015 drama documentary, originally titled 3000 Layla, revolves around a young Palestinian schoolteacher who gives birth to her son while incarcerated in an Israeli prison. The film has garnered acclaim for its robust female characters and a compelling plotline.

AmbulanceTuesday, November 21
Time: 7 p.m.
Genre: Documentary

In this 2016 documentary, the audience is taken back to the summer of 2014, where Mohamed Jabaly joins an ambulance crew dedicated to rescuing those injured during the war in Gaza. The documentary, which offers a first-person account, received a Feature Length Documentary award in 2017.

All screenings are free to attend and come with English and Arabic subtitles. Palestinian Film Days is a collaborative effort organized by the Royal Film Commission in partnership with The Rainbow Theater.

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