Monday, 13 March
Aula Max Weber/Jean Monnet
3000 Leuven, Belgium
Sponsored by Comac Leuven
Inspired by the true stories of children born in Israeli prisons and young women coming of age behind bars, 3000 Nights is first and foremost a human story of a young mother who, through her struggle to protect her child and her relationship with the prisoners around her, finds the space to reflect, develop, and mature as a young woman.
3000 Nights is a 2015 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Mai Masri. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.
The film focuses on a Palestinian woman, who whilst in jail, gives birth to a son. Inspired by a true story and shot in a real prison, 3000 Nights traces a young mother’s journey of hope, resilience and survival against all odds.#IsraeliApartheidWeek
Location: Aula Jean Monnet (AP 01.30)