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30 articles available in total starting from 26/02/2013. Last article published on 27/07/2021.

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Review: Love of Fate

Review: Love of Fate

Pierre-Alain Meier returns with an incredibly moving film about two families wrestling with destiny and its uncontrollable nature  

27/07 | Films | Reviews | Switzerland/Lebanon

Review: The Sea Ahead

Review: The Sea Ahead

CANNES 2021: The much anticipated feature debut from Short Palme d'Or winner Ely Dagher berths at the Directors' Fortnight  

22/07 | Cannes 2021 | Directors' Fortnight

Filming on Abbe Hassan's feature debut Exodus underway in Greece

Filming on Abbe Hassan's feature debut Exodus underway in Greece

The feature promises to be a warm-hearted story of survival and friendship, penned by the director himself and Kristoffer Cras  

18/06 | Production | Funding | Lebanon/Greece/Sweden

Review: Carlos Ghosn: The Last Flight

Review: Carlos Ghosn: The Last Flight

Nick Green’s documentary reveals how the former CEO of Renault-Nissan escaped house arrest in Japan by fleeing to Lebanon  

16/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2021

Filming is imminent on Wissam Charaf’s Dirty, Difficult, Dangerous

Filming is imminent on Wissam Charaf’s Dirty, Difficult, Dangerous

Shooting will begin in Corsica on the filmmaker’s second fiction feature after Heaven Sent, steered by Aurora Films  

18/05 | Production | Funding | France/Lebanon/Italy/Qatar

Review: Little Palestine (Diary of a Siege)

Review: Little Palestine (Diary of a Siege)

Abdallah Al-Khatib tells the story of the siege of Yarmouk, a district of Damascus that used to host the biggest Palestinian refugee camp in the world  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2021 | Competition

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Visions du Réel prizewinner Little Palestine

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Visions du Réel prizewinner Little Palestine

Abdallah Al-Khatib's first film tells the story of the siege of Yarmouk, a district in Damascus which hosted the biggest Palestinian refugee camp in the world from 1957 to 2018  

27/04 | Visions du Réel 2021 | Competition

Review: Miguel’s War

Review: Miguel’s War

BERLINALE 2021: Eliane Raheb’s sparky and creative documentary draws on a blend of narrative techniques to get inside the mind of a gay Lebanese man hoping to find freedom in Spain  

09/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Panorama

Joana Hadjithomas, Khalil Joreige  • Directors of Memory Box

Interview: Joana Hadjithomas, Khalil Joreige • Directors of Memory Box

“Our character feels her mother's secrets – kids can do that”

BERLINALE 2021: Shown in the Golden Bear competition, this film puts paid to Cher's claim that you can't turn back time  

01/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

Review: Memory Box

Review: Memory Box

BERLINALE 2021: In Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige's sweet but – oh, the irony – hardly memorable film, a girl gets to meet her teenage mother, but without any Marty McFly-like complications  

01/03 | Berlinale 2021 | Competition

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