It’s that time of year again! Palestine Peace & Solidarity will be hanging out at our very own booth at the 2013 18th Seoul Human Rights Film Festival on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. We will be promoting our Hyundai action to demand an end to all sales of equipment to be used in the illegal demolition of Palestinian homes and we’ll also be selling our spanking new Ts.
2013 18th Seoul Human Rights Film Festival
Screening times: 11am 2013/05/23 (Thu) to 9pm 2013/05/26 (Sun)
Location: Cheonggye Plaza, Seoul (Gwanghwamun Stn. (Subway Line 5), Exit 5. Walk 20 meters.)
Slogan: ‘I know what is really going on in this place’
Special opening event: 7pm, Thursday (May 23)
Special closing event: 6pm, Sunday (May 26)
Full schedule: http://hrffseoul.org/en/timetable
If you have time please come on out and say hi! and check out some of the great films on offer. Not all of the films are in English but you can see the full listing of more than 25 films by clicking on the link below.
A particular highlight for me is the film saved for the closing ceremony, ‘Shadows of Liberty’ (2012, 93 mins) by director Jean-Philippe Tremblay from England which looks how the mainstream media is controlled and censored by corporate interests and governments, even driving nations to war. But there are plenty of issues covered this year so check it our for yourself to see what you’d like to watch.