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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

In a culture facing erasure, young Palestinians use the traditional dabke as a form of resistance and identity assertion. Dancing Palestine showcases how this folk dance embodies collective memory and cultural resilience, highlighting its vital role in preserving Palestinian heritage.

This short film will screen as part of Shorts: Body as Archive, followed by a Q&A with the directors.

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12 June, 3:30pm, Showroom
13 June, 5:15pm, Curzon

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