Acclaimed movie director and actress Nadine Labaki has been riding the wave of success of late. Having racked up countless awards and a coveted Oscar nomination, a first for a female Middle Eastern filmmaker, it seems there’s no stopping the Lebanese powerhouse, as Elsa Charabati reveals.
Celebrating its 11th edition this 7-9 June, the Cabriolet Film Festival is the first outdoor festival of its kind in Lebanon.
It’s safe to say that the past year has been a trailbazer for Nadine Labaki and Lebanese cinema as a whole.
Beirut Art Film Festival (BAFF) is back for its fourth edition this November, with a varied program of films and documentaries catering to lovers of art and culture. Here are five things to get excited.
Celebrating the female directors of the world, the Lebanese Film Festival returns for its 13th edition from 17-21 September.
Taking place from 8-10 June 2018 on the famous St. Nicholas Steps in Gemmayze, the Cabriolet Film Festival is celebrating a decade of bringing short films to Beirut.
At its Cannes Film Festival premiere on 17 May 2018, Nadine Labaki’s latest film “Capharnaüm” received an incredible 15-minute standing ovation, with critics calling it “phenomenal.”
Possibly one of Lebanon’s biggest productions of the year, “In Syria” tells the story of two Syrian families and their fight for survival.