“Demands your attention.” - Hanna Flint, The New Arab

Friday, April 26, 8:00 p.m. | TOMORROW’S FREEDOM, made over the course of five years, gains intimate access to the family of imprisoned Palestinian political leader, Marwan Barghouthi. Often described as the “Palestinian Nelson Mandela,” Barghouthi is serving five life sentences in an Israeli prison. Through the Barghouthi family and a collage of in depth interviews from the people who know him best, including his dedicated and accomplished wife, Fadwa, the immersive documentary is an unflinchingly honest and transformative journey into the saga of Palestinian prisoners, their loved ones, and political representation of Palestinians under occupation. Preceded by DAKHLA (2023, dir. Nick Leffel, 6 min.), and HIGH ROADS (2023, dir. Giuliana Racco, 19 min.). 


Chicago Palestine Film Festival: Founded in 2001, the Chicago Palestine Film Festival (CPFF) is an annual cultural event that serves as a vibrant platform for showcasing the rich and diverse narratives of Palestinian cinema. The festival provides a unique space for filmmakers, artists, and audience members to engage with compelling stories that explore the multifaceted aspects of Palestinian life. View full festival.


The Film Center is ADA accessible. This presentation will be projected without open captions. The theater is hearing-loop equipped. For accessibility requests, please email filmcenter@saic.edu