You are very welcome to attend the Annual General Meeting of Brent & Harrow PSC followed by the film 5 Broken Cameras. Please help us build local support in solidarity with the Palestinians.
Brent & Harrow PSC AGM
Tuesday 18th February 2014
Rumi’s Cave, 26 Willesden Lane, NW6 7ST
followed by Oscar-nominated film 5 Broken Cameras
Filmed from the perspective of a Palestinian farm labourer (Emad Burnat), ’5 Broken Cameras’ was shot using six different video cameras – five of which were destroyed in the process of documenting Emad’s family’s life as well as Palestinian and international resistance to Israeli appropriation of land and occupation. This is a film about a family life set against 6 years of the collective struggle of the villagers of Bil’in against the erection of a wall on their land to separate and take land for the illegal settlement Modi’in Illit. The Wall’s route cuts off 60% of Bil’in farmland. An extraordinary work of both cinematic and political activism, ‘5 Broken Cameras’ meshes personal essay with political cinema, showing how cameras and protests change lives. Free
Rumis Cave is just off Kilburn High Rd. Buses 98, 316, 332, 16, 189, 328 - stop near. Stations Kilburn, Kilburn Park, Brondesbury, Kilburn High Road - 5-10 mins walk