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Cinema Park

Alberto Arce

Dutch premiere

Festival year: 2011

In its heyday, Cinema Park film theatre in Kabul packed in the crowds. Until the Taliban and the war came along. The cinema was destroyed and curfew did not allow film performances in the evening. Cinema manager Jairullah now sells twenty tickets per screening at the very best.

Synopsis

Short documentary film by Alberto Arce, whose film To Shoot an Elephant won the Golden Butterfly (Amnesty International’s A Matter of ACT Documentary Award) at the 2011 Movies that Matter Festival. 

Credits

Spain 2011, 4 min.

Short, Documentary,

Spoken language: Pashtu, Persian

Subtitles: English

Official website: http://vidaenkabul.periodismohumano.com

Productions:

Institut Catala Internacional per la Pau

icip@gencat.cat

+34 935544270

http://www.gencat.cat/icip/cas/index.html

World sales:

Institut Catala Internacional per la Pau

icip@gencat.cat

+34 935544270

http://www.gencat.cat/icip/cas/index.html

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When & where?

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When & where?

  • Friday, March 25, 2011 - 21:45

    Theater aan het Spui, The Hague

  • Saturday, March 26, 2011 - 23:00

    Theater aan het Spui, The Hague

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Part of Shorts: The Kids Are All Right. Screened in combination with The AccordionAngry ManHudud, Mensjesrechten: Anna, On The Run With Abdul and Slum Stories: Gyuri Romania at the Solar Mobile Cinema square in front of Theater aan het Spui. Free entrance

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