The Madison-Rafah Sister City Project

Tag: film

  • The Marquee Cinema, Union South 1308 West Dayton Street , Madison 7:00 pm Join UW Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), the UW Middle East Studies Program, and the Wisconsin […]

  • Vilas Hall, Room 4070 UW Campus 7:00 pm [Map] Bar Bahar/In Between is a controversial film made by a Palestinian citizen of Israel, and produced and marketed as an Israeli […]

  • Free speech is not settled law, and democracy is not easily won   Elvehjem Building L150 455 N Park St University of Wisconsin-Madison 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT Please […]

  • UW-Madison Multicultural Student Center Red Gym – 2nd Floor 716 Langdon St, Madison, Wisconsin 7:30 pm Sponsored by UW-Madison Students for Justice in Palestine. Film screening of the documentary Pinkwashing […]

  • Fida Qishta, who visited us in Madison in 2014 and 2015 to show her powerful first film Where Should the Birds Fly, has been in film school in California. She […]

  • (See Funding Campaign for Filmmaker Fida Qishta) Sunday, March 15 First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall 203 Wisconsin Avenue Madison [Map] 7:00 pm Join us for “Dessert and a Movie” […]

  • Friday March 13 Memorial Union UW-Madison Campus 6:30 pm [Map] Gaza film-maker Fida Qishta will speak and show her groundbreaking film “Where Should the Birds Fly”, the first film about […]

  • The Oscar-nominated Palestinian film Omar is showing at the Sundance Cinema 608 in Hilldale Mall. The US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation says: “Omar opened in more than 40 […]

  • The Madison-Rafah Sister City Project has a library of films about Palestine available for free public showings or household viewing. We can also help introduce the films and facilitate discussion. […]

  • As part of the annual World Music Festival sponsored by the Wisconsin Union Directorate and others, an innovative, exciting new film will have its Madison premier. Cultures of Resistance explores […]

  • Thursday November 11 Madison Central Library 201 W. Mifflin St. [Map] 6:30 pm Film screening and discussion of the Israeli attack on the USS Liberty during the 1967 Arab-Israeli War. […]

  • Life in Occupied Palestine provides an excellent introduction — in a down-to-earth, non-alienating way — to the occupation in Palestine and the nonviolent movement for freedom and equality in the […]

  • FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! The Lemon Tree | Shajarat limon | Etz halimon (Israel-France-Germany). Based on true stories behind the ‘separation wall’. Sundance Cinemas Madison (NR) Screening Room; Arabic, Hebrew, […]

  • The award-winning film Slingshot Hip-Hop is back in Madison, along with the group DAM. The film will be shown followed by conversation with DAM. The group will perform on Tuesday, […]

  • Monday, January 26, 7:30 pm Wisconsin Union Theater UW-Madison Reception to follow Amira Hanania is a lead journalist for the Ma’an News Agency, the only independent news network in the […]

  • Film: Occupation 101

    Escape Java Joint 916 Williamson Street Madison “Occupation 101” (2006) Made at considerable personal sacrifice by two brothers, Sufyan and Abdallah Omeish, this 60-minute 2006 film has won at least […]

  • Sunday, June 8 7 pm Escape Java Joint, 916 Williamson St. This film about U.S. political prisoner Dr. Sami Al-Arian will be shown with remarks by Professor Mel Underbakke, a […]

  • All showings will be 7 pm at Escape Java Joint, 916 Williamson Street, Madison January 27: The Occupation Understood “Occupation 101” (2006) As 2008 begins — anniversary year of the […]

  • Free preview showing and discussion!Escape Java Joint916 Williamson St.Sunday, December 9, 7:00 p.m. Discussion will be led by George Arida, co-host of WORT “Salamat” and member of the Madison-Rafah Sister […]

  • Humanities Building, Room 1111 455 N. Park St UW-Madison Thursday, 7:00 pm Al-Awda, the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, the Havens Center and The Social Justice Films Series present: DISCORDIA: When […]