The People and the Olive

PACSI will be screening THE PEOPLE AND THE OLIVE (along with a bonus documentary OCCUPATION 101) this Saturday night 2 August, at the Queensland Multicultural Centre on 102 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Qld (free parking available on site). Details of the night are in the attached flyer.

Middle Eastern food and light refreshments will be available for purchase, so come early so you don’t miss out! Al Zayton dance troupe will provide a dabke dance during the interval and doors will open after 6pm with the first film to start at 7pm.Net proceeds of the night will be donated by PACSI for emergency humanitarian relief in Palestine.

THE PEOPLE AND THE OLIVE is an inspiring documentary about the daily joys and struggles of Palestinian fair trade farmers and the American ultra-marathoners who ran across the West Bank planting olive trees and bridging cultures along the way.

The film raises awareness about the struggles of Palestinian fair trade olive farmers — and to replant uprooted olive trees — six Americans set out in February 2012 to run 129 miles in five days across the West Bank of Palestine. The Run Across Palestine was organised by the Traverse City, Michigan-based nonprofit On the Ground, which works to support sustainable community development in farming regions across the world. Joining them was a media team comprised of a filmmaker, two journalists and a musical ambassador.

We hope to see you there.

Kind Regards

Palestinian Arts Culture & Sports Inc (PACSI)
A.B.N 69 579 234 537

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