The Intermountain Catholic has shared news of Open Bethlehem's screening in Utah.Read more
We are back for our second tour of the USA which started with screenings at Washington DC. Please see all confirmed screenings below or check our screenings page. We will be adding more dates soon! We invite you all to come along and to share the news with your friends and networks.
If you think you can organize your own screening please do get in touch with us. We look forward to meeting you at one of our events!
We at Open Bethlehem are delighted to announce that we will be screening Open Bethlehem at Friends Meeting House, Euston on 12 September 2017. This is an opportunity to see this critically acclaimed film, hear from prominent supporters, become an ambassador and get involved. Leila Sansour will be talking about her film. The screening will be followed by a reception with light refreshments. Book your tickets
Briefing on Settlements around Bethlehem - Saving the world’s oldest Christian community
Open Bethlehem is a film and advocacy project that works to bring greater understanding of the challenges that face Bethlehem today with a special focus on the Christian community in Bethlehem, whose numbers are being depleted because of the general instability and political and economic strife in the Palestinian territories.Read more
We are pleased to announce that OPEN BETHLEHEM will be screened at San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 35, as part of the 'Bridges and Barriers' collection of films, Through the lenses of eight talented documentarians, this group of films represents multiple approaches to nonfiction filmmaking that bring into focus divergent points of view about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. ... Read More
OPEN BETHLEHEM is being screened at PalFest, PalFest Ireland is an arts festival organised by Irish artists in solidarity with the Palestinian people. It will mark the first anniversary of the Israeli bombardment of Gaza that left over 2100 Palestinians dead, including more than 500 children ... Read More
We are pleased to announce that OPEN BETHLEHEM is featured as the launch event at the 2015 Screening Rights Festival at the Midland Arts Centre. The screening will be followed by a live Q&A with the film’s director, Leila Sansour, Deborah Burton from the Tipping Point Film Fund, and Salma Yaqoob, former leader and former vice-chairman of the Respect Party and a former Birmingham City Councillor ... Read More