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Stitching Palestine is available to watch online from 22 June - 6 July

After viewing the film online you will also be able to watch a recording of our in-house talk by Rachel Dedman

Ticket prices

Tickets to watch the film are available on a sliding scale. You can refer to our Sliding Scale Guide to help you choose what to pay. Please note that, if affordable, a ticket price of £2 or more allows us to cover our baseline costs for hosting the film securely online. If you would like to book a free ticket, you can do so using the code 'CAMPLE-FREE' at checkout. You won’t be asked for any proof or ID.

50% of ticket proceeds for this screening will be donated to the Ghassan Abu Sittah Children's Fund

In Stitching Palestine, twelve Palestinian women living in Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine, draw upon the ancient and enduring art of Palestinian embroidery to share stories about their identities, tales of resistance and memories of their homeland. As lawyers, artists, housewives, activists, architects and politicians each recount their own distinctly personal stories, a collective embroidery begins to take shape, linking one woman to another.

After our in-house screening of the film, we will be joined by special guest Rachel Dedman, who will expand upon the significance of Palestinian embroidery as a form of resistance, both historically and in the present day. Rachel is a curator, writer and art historian. She recently curated the exhibition ‘Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery’ - the first major exhibition of Palestinian embroidery in the UK for over 30 years - for Kettles Yard, Cambridge, and The Whitworth, Manchester (2023-2024). Since 2019, Rachel has also been the Jameel Curator of Contemporary Art from the Middle East at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    78 minutes
  • Language
  • Director
    Carol Mansour
  • Screenwriter
    Sahar Mandour
  • Producer
    Muna Khalidi
  • Cast
    Suad al-Amiry, Leila Atshan, Malak al-Husseini AbdelRahim