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Once Upon a Time in Beirut - Feature film
Caramel by Nadine Labaki
A window into how ten artists in Lebanon are using art as a tool to question sectarian divisions while encouraging freedom of thought.
A program of Shorts headed by Karim Kassem's The Awakening
Rabih, a young blind man, lives in a small village in Lebanon. He sings in a choir and edits Braille documents for an income. His life unravels when he tries to apply for a passport and discovers that his identification card, which he has carried his entire life, is fake. Now he must travel across Lebanon in search of his identity.
A program of short films headed by Carol Mansour's documentary short showing the devastation of the explosion in August 2020.
On a journey that documents the pain and suffering of the Armenian people
from Turkey to Syria, to Lebanon and Armenia; the film tells the stories
of agony, death, and lost dreams. It records the lives of the Armenian people,
resurrecting their voices from the graves, despite the dangers and taboos
encountered during the filming.
After being forced to leave his country three times, a Lebanese film director traces his roots and analyzes key moments of the nation's history.
A film by Maroun Baghdadi
Stories of Immigrant women and more
Films about protest
The purpose in life that is defined be ones belonging.
Films about rejoicing in one's belonging and rejecting what may be in one's way to success
Black and colorism
A musical interpretation of George Floyd Say their names
Films about the legacy of the black culture.
We are currently putting together the schedule for this year's event. Come back to this page as we add items to our festival program.