NAILA AND THE UPRISING (2017)

NAILA AND THE UPRISING (2017)

23 January 2019

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19:30 - 21:30

When a nation-wide uprising breaks out in 1987, a woman in Gaza – Naila Ayesh – must make a choice between love, family and freedom. Undaunted, she embraces all three, joining a clandestine network of women in a movement that forces the world to recognize the Palestinian right to self-determination for the first time.

Directed by Julia Bacha
Palestine
PG-13 | Documentary | Arabic, English, Hebrew | 76  mins

In partnership with Cinema Akil

jANUARY at Warehouse421

Warehouse421 welcomes 2019 with a fresh program of workshops, film screenings, and book readings this January.

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100/100 Hundred Best Arabic Posters exhibition and the Architecture of Loneliness exhibition, co-curated with Gulf Photo Plus, continue through this month. Artist and architectural photographer, Mohamed Somji, whose work is featured in the exhibition, will also lead a photography workshop that will see participants venture out into the Mina Zayed district with their cameras.

This month’s series of hands-on workshops cover a range of creative disciplines, including ‘zine-making,’ paper-making, upcycling and material casting, with a number of sessions taking place in partnership with Masdar City, as part of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week. A three-day Arabic calligraphy course will also be the first of a number of short courses at Warehouse421 in 2019.

In collaboration with Early Starters, we are excited to debut a new series named “Khayal” which will bring children’s books to life through readings and fun activities.

Finally, the “Herstory: Film & The Arab Woman” series, being hosted in collaboration with Cinema Akil and featuring contemporary films by or about Arab women, will continue its run at Warehouse421 until April 2019.

As always, Warehouse421 is proud to be working with a number of local and international partners, including Gulf Photo Plus, Tashkeel, Early Starters and Cinema Akil, among others.

 

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