CONTEMPORARY LEBANESE CINEMA
Once considered a jewel of Middle Eastern culture, Lebanonâ€™s cinema has again come to the fore, exploring the daily lives of ordinary people while the reverberations of past conflicts are never far from the surface. CARAMEL
Director Nadine Labaki Lebanon/France | 2007 | 95 mins
In this wonderful mosaic of experiences that defies stereotypes, a beauty parlour is a safe haven for five women to share their stories and sisterhood. MON 4 NOV 7pm
WHERE DO WE GO NOW?
As civil war breaks out and Beirut is partitioned, two boys continue to make Super 8 films, but the world becomes more serious as they come of age in a city turning into a tragedy.
In this dramatic comedy, women in a small village conspire to protect their men from themselves by averting sectarian violence through a series of hairbrained schemes.
A court battle resulting from an insult between a Lebanese Christian and a refugee Palestinian explodes onto national TV, revealing a society steeped in old wounds and entrenched prejudices.
Director Ziad Doueiri Lebanon/France | 1998 | 105 mins
SAT 2 NOV 2pm
Director Nadine Labaki Lebanon/France | 2011 | 110 mins
WED 6 NOV 7pm
Director Ziad Doueiri Lebanon/France | 2017 | 93 mins
MON 11 NOV 7pm
The 2019 edition of OzAsia Festival, Adelaide’s boundary-pushing contemporary international arts festival.