We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting Maayan Schwartz, the award-winning director of Children of Peace, for the UK premiere of his deeply moving documentary about Wahat al-Salam-Neve Shalom, the Village.

This exclusive UK premiere will be at 7 pm on Wednesday 3rd July 2024 at the Soho Hotel in London. The screening will be followed by a live Q&A session with Maayan and his dear friend Shireen Najjar, a Palestinian resident of the Village, who also features in the documentary. 

Shireen (left) and Maayan (right), both residents of Wahat al-Salam-Neve Shalom. 

Children of Peace offers a powerful exploration of Wahat al-Salam-Neve Shalom, the only place in the world where Israelis and Palestinians grow up and live together in peace. Director Maayan Schwartz is an Israeli born and raised in this extraordinary community. He is joined by Shireen Najjar, the first Palestinian to be raised in the Village, for a live Q&A following the screening.

This documentary has not only gained acclaim as an official selection at the prestigious Docaviv Film Festival and numerous other film festivals worldwide but has also garnered significant awards at various international film festivals.

Watch: Children of Peace Trailer

The screening will begin at 7.15 pm prompt, with doors open from 7 pm with drinks and light refreshments. Following the Q&A, the evening will end at 9pm

Hotel Address: 
Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH

There is no parking on site, with limited on-street parking nearby. The hotel is a 5-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road underground station. 

Places for the premiere are restricted and are on a first-come, first-served basis, so if you are interested, I ask you to make your booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. 

Please book via the link below or contact us directly.
Call 0208-952 4717 or email [email protected]

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