Boston’s Palestine Film Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, opened on Friday, October 15 with a timely, searing showing of Mai Masri’s 3000 Nights.
The film, which sold out two days before opening night, opened to an audience of 400 at the Museum of Fine Arts in downtown Boston. Masri and her daughter Hanna Chamoun, who plays one of the Palestinian prisoners, were both in attendance. 3000 Nights is Masri’s first feature film.
This year’s festival offers an impressive lineup of 31 films in 17 days, including short films, live Palestinian storytelling, and two of Masri’s ten previous documentaries. Read More via HKSJMEPP.