The Human Rights Film Festival is on again, and one of the films showing this year is the fairly decent Occupation 101, about the occupation of Palestine. It’s not without problem, but it is a stunningly well made documentary, and is well worth seeing.
As is the tradition with the HRFF, after each screening there is an “expert” speaker who talks for 5-10 mins followed by 20 mins of questions, answers and discussion on the film.
I will be the speaker after both sessions of Occupation 101 in Otautahi / Christchurch, at the Regent On Worcester.
Wednesday, 28 May – 8.00pm
Thursday, 29 May – 6.00pm
For more info, check out 6 clips from the film on the official website. I’ll post up my speech on here sometime after I’ve given it.
p.s: sorry for not posting for a month. been insanely busy doing things, and don’t have internet at home at the moment. i’m leaving the country soon, but will keep blogging with stories from my trip (more about that later…)