Let Me Stand Alone
A film by Rouba Atiyeh


Wednesday, 25th May 2016, 6:30pm


Let Me Stand Alone borrows its name from the book assembling Rachel Corrie’s writings, that was published after her tragic death in Gaza.  The film retells the story of a woman who has always seemed to live in parallel worlds, who was never at peace with the system, and who had foretells a very different ending to her life. It is only her heroic death that made her the protagonist of another story.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with the film director  Rouba Atiyeh via Skype from Beirut.

Rouba Atiyeh is a documentary filmmaker. She directed and produced many documentaries for Aljazeera Documentary channel and other independent commissioners. Her films have had a main focus on remembrance and resistance. She made several films documenting the socio-cultural Palestinian history. She is now working on her first independent personal docu-fictive feature about the internalization of another era/person’s memory.