When Clown Me In co-founder Sabine Choucair was asked if she’d read Stephen King’s novel “IT” or seen the latest movie adaption, she laughed.
The small crowd broke out in giggles when a young male actor, dressed in a towel and a wig, strutted around the dusty open market in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley...
Deep beneath the earth there lived a dragon.
Squawking and hollering, a motley group of more than 100 Syrian kids point excitedly at the clown playing dead on the floor before them.
Sabine Choucair will assure any skeptics out there that clowning is no laughing matter.
When Cynthia Choucair went to Lesbos in early 2016, it’s easy to imagine her desire to tell a different story.
Lebanon’s autumn film festival calendar commences in Akkar this year with the first edition of REEF - Environment and Cinema Days, launching in Qobeiyat on...