OBLITERATED FAMILIES: Bringing the audience closer to the reality of life in Gaza
Please join JVP - DC Metro for a film screening of Obliterated Families, followed by a Q+A discussion with the filmmakers, Ala Qandil and Anne Paq.
Obliterated Families is an extremely compelling, award-winning multimedia web documentary that draws attention to the families from Gaza whose lives were shattered during the Israeli offensive in 2014. Blending together striking images, in-depth text, infographics, animations and short videos, the project is designed to bring the audience closer to the reality of life for Palestinians from the Gaza Strip.
Read more about the multimedia documentary, including an interview with producer/ photographer Anne Paq (link here).
Suggest Donation: $5
How to get there
St. Mark’s is located just a few blocks from the Capitol South Metro (Blue/Orange lines); we are also within a 15-minute walk from the Eastern Market (Blue/Orange lines) and Union Station (Red line) stations.
St. Mark’s is located at the corner of 3rd and A Streets, SE, just two blocks from Pennsylvania Avenue and near I-395 and the SE-SW Freeway.
St. Mark's is located in a residential neighborhood and street parking is limited. Please carefully read and observe the signs outlining parking regulations as parking is enforced aggressively.
Cars without residential stickers may park on adjacent blocks for a maximum of two hours from 7 a.m. till 8:30 p.m Monday through Friday. Parking is free on Saturdays and Sundays. There are two exceptions: On the east side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to A Street, the two-hour parking restriction runs from 7:00 am until 9:30 pm Monday through Saturday. Along the west side of 3rd Street from Independence Avenue to East Capitol Street there is metered parking. Cars may park for a maximum of two hours from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday through Saturday. The charge is $2 per hour. Payment can be made by phone, credit card, and coins (quarters and $1 coins only).