Scrapbook : A Month of Lebanese Cinema | دفاتر يومية : شهر السينما اللبنانية

The Metropolis Association and MC Distribution have the pleasure to present « Scrapbook : A month of Lebanese cinema », a special program dedicated to the productions of Lebanese cinema between 2010 and 2011, starting May 3rd 2012, at Metropolis Empire Sofil.

The program is composed of different genres of films, like the documentary Sector Zero directed by Nadim Mishlawi (First prize Muhr Arab Documentary – Dubai International Film Festival 2011), as well as a fiction, Ok, Enough, Goodbye by Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia, screened in a premiere in Lebanon during the European Film Festival 2011 (Black pearl award for Best New Director from the Arab world – Abu Dhabi International Film Festival 2011).

The audience will also have the opportunity to discover other Lebanese films awarded in many festivals like the documentary The Three disappearances of Souad Hosni by Rania Stephan (Renaud Victor prize – Marseille International Film Festival 2011, and Best Arab Documentary filmmaker – Doha Tribeca Film Festival 2011).

Other films presented in the program, the documentary Marcedes by Hady Zaccak (Best Arab Documentary / FIPRESCI Award – Dubai International Film Festival 2011). A short documentary will also be screened during the month of Lebanese cinema, My Father Is Still a Communist directed by Ahmad Ghossein.

All films are in Arabic with English subtitles
Ticket : 8,000 L.L.
Student price : 5,000 L.L.
Scrapbook pass : 40,000 L.L.

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