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A broad panoramic view of Palestinian culture

Vr 8 sep | 19:00 | GEBOUW | Online €10 | Kassa €12

Palestinian hip hop video's and finger food | Film: Junction '48

Palestinorama! is a festival dedicated to show a broad panoramic view of Palestinian culture, including Palestinian cinema, live music, art, food and more. We are excited to announce the 2nd edition of the festival under the theme of Coexistence: focusing on films and music made by Israelis and Palestinians, Arabs and Jews, who together create bridges for peace.

For the complete festival program:
https://www.denieuweregentes.nl/palestinorama/ 

DAY 1

19:0019:30 | Het Diepe | Video clips by hip hop artist Tamer Nafar and Dam

19:3020:15 | Tearoom | Palestinian hip hop music and finger food

20:15 –
22:00 | Grote Zaal | Film: Junction ‘48 (Udi Aloni, 2017)
JUNCTION '48 IS INSPIRED BY TRUE LIFE STORY OF TAMER NAFAR - WHO SINGLE-HANDEDLY CREATED THE PALESTINIAN HIP-HOP SCENE FROM SCRATCH

Nafar grew up in the crime-ridden 'hood of Lod, a poor Israeli city where Arabs and Jews live side-by-side. It's a place rife with violence, crime and drug-dealers, just twenty minutes from metropolitan Tel Aviv and right next to Ben Gurion airport -- the only gateway to the State of Israel. In this cursed and impoverished place, Nafar reinvented hip-hop in its purest form: rage without hate, social-political awareness without empty materialism, and large audiences without selling out. He imported the style of hip-hop into the Arab-Muslim ghetto and exported it back to the world with an Arabic flavor and a feminist message. Today, Nafar serves as a role model for young Arabs across the globe -- a generation searching for new meanings, both political and personal, in a world where the values of yesterday are quickly disappearing from right under their feet.

In Arabic and Hebrew with English subtitles.