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Institute of Contemporary Arts
Foedora, dir. Judith Abensour, France 2021, 80 min. 

In May 2016, a new museum dedicated to Palestinian history and culture opened in Ramallah. Inaugurated with no exhibition, the museum remained empty for several months until a first exhibition devoted to Jerusalem was organised.

The film takes place over this transition period, during the construction of a dream city, in sharp contrast with a political reality that makes the future prospects for a Palestinian State increasingly hypothetical.

Judith Abensour’s delicate work echoes and reflects on current events; presented in a context marked by violence in the region, but also by a new form of questioning about the place of cultural institutions in our society.

Foedora is an ICA Exclusive project.
06:40 pm
Fri, 09 Jul 2021
Cinema 1
04:25 pm
Sat, 10 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
04:05 pm
Sun, 11 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
08:55 pm
Tue, 13 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
05:00 pm
Wed, 14 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
06:30 pm
Thu, 15 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
04:40 pm
Fri, 16 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
03:45 pm
Sun, 18 Jul 2021
Cinema 2
04:40 pm
Wed, 21 Jul 2021
Cinema 1
The UK Premiere of Foedora screens on Tuesday 6 July, followed by a pre-recorded conversation with director Judith Abensour.

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Judith Abensour in conversation with Nat Muller