Lebanon: 33 Days

    Montreal premiere of Mai Masri’s latest documentary film
    on Israel’s 2006 attack on Lebanon as part of Cinema Politica


    MONDAY, MARCH 10th, 2008, 7pm
    Concordia University, Hall Building, H-110
    metro Guy-Concordia
    Lebanon / 2007 / 70min

    Including the first Montreal screening of Sari’s Mother, latest film by
    celebrated filmmaker James Longley, director of Iraq in Fragments…

Filmed during the massive Israeli attack on Lebanon in 2006, 33 Days chronicles the lives of four young people working in theater, media and emergency relief.

Through their creativity and commitment, the film tells untold stories that forever marked the lives of those who survived that fateful summer in Beirut.

Award winning filmmaker Mai Masri’s latest work on the 2006 Israeli attack on Lebanon is presented in Montreal for the first time in the context of Tadamon!’s ongoing campaign to challenge the Canadian government’s listing of Hezbollah as a ‘terrorist’ organization in order to:

* Create greater space to freely discuss and engage in struggles for justice in the Middle East without fear of persecution or labeling;

* Reduce the vulnerability of migrants subjected to racial profiling and unjust immigration ’security’ measures;

* Confront the demonization of all who resist US-driven policies for a ’new Middle East’;

* Challenge the Canadian government’s unconditional support for Israeli aggression.

Tadamon! Montreal: Challenging Hezbollah’s listing as a ’Terrorist’ Group in Canada

Info: tadamon[at]resist.ca / 514 664 1036

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