Lebanese documentary director Eliane Raheb, whose well-regarded "Sleepless Nights" screened in Dubai’s Muhr competition in 2012, returns to the fest this year with the world premiere of the poignant…
Despite ongoing turbulence in the country and region, Lebanese government organizations are moving to boost the country's film and TV industries with several initiatives, including introduction of…
Philippe Aractingi offers a deeply personal take on his family's experiences in and out of war-torn Lebanon.
It's hard to find a Lebanese documentary that doesn't touch on the country's bloody civil war, yet it'll be even harder to find one better than "Sleepless Nights."
Israeli director Samuel Maoz will complete a year on the road promoting his Venice Golden Lion-winning film "Lebanon" in September back where he began -- in Venice as a member of the jury deciding…
Visceral, torn-from-the-memory filmmaking that packs every punch except one to the heart.
The rumors have been confirmed: Lebanon's Murr TV -- known locally as MTV -- will be on air again from March 31, more than six years after it was forced to close down Sept. 4, 2002.
Audiences are staying sweet on Nadine Labaki's "Caramel." Pic, about five Lebanese women working in a Beirut beauty salon, has already garnered 370,000 admissions in France and a further 70,000…