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Three Lebanese war photographers found themselves on the other side of the camera at Station Beirut Tuesday night. Organized by the Beirut Center of Photography, "Three films, three photojournalists" projected three documentaries capturing the photographers' personal stories.Foerch Saab's short documentaries "Under My Skin" and "Recollections" recount the professional experiences of two Lebanese war photographers, Patrick Baz and Aline Manoukian."Beirut Photographer" follows Azar's personal return to Lebanon, thirty years after he shot the Civil War as a young photographer.Azar's biography suggests he's shot and directed over 50 documentary films and shorts for international news networks. He currently lives in Beirut and also works with the Beirut Center of Photography to preserve Lebanon's identity and history through photographs.Foerch Saab said her films are made for Lebanon's general public.
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