Posts Tagged: soas

And then there were three: Iraqi artist Hanaa Malallah exposes the disappearance of Baghdad’s galleries

Royal advocates and oil wealth has nourished art in the Gulf States. The revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia have unleashed a wave of dissident images. Iran produces cutting-edge cinema. So what is happening in Iraq? While a despotic regime is

And then there were three: Iraqi artist Hanaa Malallah exposes the disappearance of Baghdad’s galleries

Royal advocates and oil wealth has nourished art in the Gulf States. The revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia have unleashed a wave of dissident images. Iran produces cutting-edge cinema. So what is happening in Iraq? While a despotic regime is

Palestine Film Festival Response

The London Palestine Film Festival has been taking place in central London over the past two weeks (20th April – 3rd May). While we hope you’ve enjoyed our coverage on the event and films, here’s a collection of what YOU

Palestine Film Festival Response

The London Palestine Film Festival has been taking place in central London over the past two weeks (20th April – 3rd May). While we hope you’ve enjoyed our coverage on the event and films, here’s a collection of what YOU

2012 London Palestine Film Festival on now

This year’s London Palestine Film Festival is now in action, kicking off yesterday with the UK’s premiere of Sameh Zoabi’s Man Without a Cell Phone. Running until Thursday 3 May and hosted at the Barbican, SOAS and UCL, the festival

2012 London Palestine Film Festival on now

This year’s London Palestine Film Festival is now in action, kicking off yesterday with the UK’s premiere of Sameh Zoabi’s Man Without a Cell Phone. Running until Thursday 3 May and hosted at the Barbican, SOAS and UCL, the festival