“All you need for a movie,” Jean-Luc Godard is said to have said, “is a girl and a gun.”
The Beirut Cinema Platform drew to a close Sunday afternoon with an awards ceremony at the penthouse of the Smallville Hotel.
In 2012 a young Tunisian woman went to a nightclub to party with some friends.
Migration stories frequently bob to the surface of this region’s cinema.
In the wake of the Tunisian revolution of 2010-11, filmmaker Kaouther Ben Hania set out to make a documentary.
The Beirut International Film Festival will happen on schedule this week.
Time was, filmmakers were a bit like other artists. They learned their trade from more experienced filmmakers, then went on to work in an ad hoc fashion.
Tunisian filmmakers are making the most of newfound freedoms to tackle issues banished for decades from the silver screen, prompting a post-revolution cinema...
“The Day I Lost My Shadow,” the debut feature of Syrian writer-director Soudade Kaadan, is among the recent crop of films inspired by what might be termed the...
The Lebanese Film Festival has cast its 13th edition as a tribute to women in Lebanese cinema, and will commence and conclude with feature films by female...