4th NAZRA PSFF – Deadline of submission

Venice, 31 October 2020. After the hard months of lockdown at the beginning of the year which made the Festival tour impossible but which gave us the opportunity to enter your homes through “NazraSpecialStreaming”,  we are ready to relaunch the announcement of the 4th edition of NAZRA Palestine Short Film Festival 2021.

Keeping all the works received in these months, we urge directors, authors, production companies and friends to send us their works not after the 31st January of 2021.

The participation’ rules remain unchanged: the presented shorts must have been produced from 2017 on, with a maximum length of 20 minutes and concerning the history, culture or current affairs of Palestine and the Palestinians.

More details on the call at:

Venezia, 31 ottobre 2020. Dopo i duri mesi del lockdown di inzio anno che hanno reso impossibile il tour del Festival ma che ci hanno dato l’opportunità di entrare nelle vostre case attraverso “NazraSpecialStreaming”, siamo pronti a rilanciare il bando della 4° edizione di NAZRA Palestine Short Film Festival  2021.

Mantenendo tutte le opere ricevute in questi mesi, sollecitiamo registi, autori, case di produzione e amici a inviarci i loro lavori entro e non oltre il 31.01.2021.

Le regole per partecipare rimangono invariate: i corti presentati dovranno essere stati prodotti dal 2017, con una lunghezza massima di 20 minuti e riguardanti la storia, la cultura o l’attualità della Palestina e dei palestinesi.

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Presentation of Nazra

On Friday, September 8th 2017, Nazra- Palestine Short Film Festival was presented at the Hotel Excelsior  in Lido di Venezia in the frame of the 74th Venice International Film Festival.

Nazra at the 74th Venice International Film Festival

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


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.”