NAZRA Special Streaming

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In tempo di Covid 19, di distanziamento sociale, di cinema e teatri chiusi e festival a data da destinarsi, molte sono le iniziative e le realtà che si sono attivate per dare la possibilità di poter veder film e documentari collegati da casa.
Anche NAZRA si unisce e rende disponibili in streaming, sul proprio sito, molti dei corti delle varie edizioni passate del Festival. Si inizierà con Ave Maria e a seguire High Hopes due vincitori della prima edizione.
La data di inizio streaming è per lunedì 4 maggio.
Tutti i film sono in lingua originale con sottotitoli in italiano e rimarranno on line per il tempo della visione della durata di 5 giorni.

Per il calendario, in aggiornamento, con i rispettivi link ai film cliccare qui.

Nazra Special Streaming

In this time of pandemy, social distances and cultural lockdown with cinemas and theatres being closed and festivals postponed, many initiatives have been carried out to let the quarantine audience enjoy some films from home.
Nazra is going to give its contribution too!
Starting from Monday 4rd May, we’ll offer the free online streaming of some of the short films that have participated to the previous editions of our festival.
All films will be streamed in original language with Italian subtitles and will be available on our website for a 5-day period.
We’ll start with Ave Maria by Basil Khalil followed by High Hopes by Guy Davidi, winners of the 1st Nazra Palestine Short Film Festival.

You can find the programme, constantly uplodead, and the relevant links here.

 

 

 

 

Nazra at the 74th Venice International Film Festival

On Friday, September 8th 2017, at 4 pm
Hotel Excelsior, Spazio Regione Veneto
Lido di Venezia

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Nazra- Palestine Short Film Festival will be presented in the frame of the 74th Venice International Film Festival in the presence of President Luisa Morgantini, artistic director Stefano Casi, curator Franca Bastianello, with the participation of representatives of Italian and Palestinian associations involved in the project, and with the participation of Ambassador of Palestine Mai Alkaila.

“The Venice International Film Festival is officially recognised by the FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producers Association).
The aim of the Festival is to raise awareness and promote international cinema in all its forms as art, entertainment and as an industry, in a spirit of freedom and dialogue. The Festival also organises retrospectives and tributes to major figures as a contribution towards a better understanding of the history of cinema.”

Open Call 2017

from 1 March to 30 June

scancinema and art beyond the walls

the new Traveling Festival

VENICE ٠ FLORENCE ٠ BOLOGNA ٠ ROME ٠ NAPLES
GAZA ٠ JERUSALEM ٠ RAMALLAH

first edition 2017