Qalandia refugee camp, West Bank, Palestine, 1950s. UNRWA photo, from the book Against Erasure

In light of the continuing genocide in Gaza, we present a free programme of publicly available films and reportage videos in solidarity with Palestine and all Palestinians, in their continuing struggle for the fundamental rights to life, self-determination, liberty, equality, peace and justice for all.

Braziers Park School of Integrative Social Research was founded in the aftermath of the horrors of the second world war, with internationalist and intersectional values of peaceful co-existence, mutual aid and cooperation. As curators of Braziers International Film Festival, we condemn the ongoing illegal occupation, forced expulsion, ethnoreligious nationalism and supremacist genocide being inflicted on the Palestinian people by the apartheid state of Israel; a colonial-settler genocide being sanctioned, funded, and armed by our own elected governments, extractive corporations and university institutions.

We advocate and platform these films as an educational resource; to illuminate and amplify the voices, histories, lives, stories and struggles of the disenfranchised Palestinian people. As a cultural organisation, we support global collective action to achieve peace, equality and liberation for Palestine.

We stand with all signatories to the statement issued by Filmworkers for Palestine.

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Gaza Fights for Freedom, dir Abby Martin, 2018. With thanks to MCR Palestine Film Festival
see also: Ash Sarkar interviews Abby Martin, Novara Media, 2024

A Few Crumbs for the Birds, dir Nassim Amaouche, Annemarie Jacir, 2006

Zionism: Manufacturing a State, dir Yasin Okal, 2024

Kofia: A Revolution Through Music, dir Dr Louis Brehony, 2020

‘It’s Bisan from Gaza and I’m Still Alive’, Wizard Bisan, 2024
Full playlist of Bisan Owda’s War Diaries available here
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Hakawatya: The History of Gaza, Wizard Bisan, Tellers Productions, 2024
play all 5 episodes here
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The Place that is Ours, dir Zena Agha & Dorothy Allen-Pickard, 2022

Your father was born 100 years old and so was the Nakba, dir Razan AlSalah

Les Femmes Palestiniennes, dir Jocelyne Saab, 1974

Israel’s Ecocide in Gaza: 2023-2024, Forensic Architecture, 2024

The Occupied West Bank: The Other Front, Al Jazeera, 2023

Nakba Timeline Map, Nisreen Zahda, 2022

Palestine: A Tale Of A Shredded Homeland, dir Nisreen Zahda, 2024

Captain Abeer, dir Abeer Harb, 2016

What is Zionism?, Mohammed El-Kurd, 2024
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Checkpoint, dir Ruben Amar, 2011

Jenin Jenin, dir Mohammed Bakri, 2003

The Occupation of the American Mind, dir Loretta Alper and Jeremy Earp, 2016

100 Years After Balfour, Independent Jewish Voices, 2017

Shujayya, dir Mohammed Almughanni, 2016

The Shampoo Summit, dir Iris Zaki, 2015

5 Broken Cameras, dir Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi, 2011

Palestine is Still the Issue, with John Pilger, dir Tony Stark, 2002

Budrus, dir Julia Bacha, 2009

The Shepherds Of The West Bank, Journeyman Pictures, 2024

Mohammed El-Kurd on the media’s complicity in genocide | The Listening Post, Al Jazeera, 2024
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The Stones Cry Out: The Story Of Palestinian Christians, dir Yasmine Perni, 2011

I Signed the Petition, dir Mahdi Fleifel, 2018

Scenes of the Occupation from Gaza, dir Mustafa Abu Ali, 1973

Not In My Name – The story of a Jewish Israeli dissident, Middle East Eye, 2024

A Muslim Among the Settlers, dir Daniel Lombroso, The Atlantic, 2018

Disregarding Gaza, dir Tamar Glezerman & Arianna LaPenne, 2015

Leve Palestina (Long Live Palestine), song by Kofia, 1978


A series of films featuring Palestinian historian Edward Said
With thanks to The Eqbal Ahmad Project

In Search of Palestine – Edward Said’s Return Home (BBC) 1998

The Shadow of the West – Written and Narrated by Edward Said and feat Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, 1986

Exiles – Edward Said, BBC Arena, 1986

Edward Said’s “The Idea of Empire” feat Eqbal Ahmad, BBC Arena, 1993