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Tramontane
Tramontane (2017)
, 1h45
Origin Liban
Genres Drama
Actors Julia Kassar

Rabih, un jeune chanteur aveugle, parcourt le Liban après avoir découvert qu’il n’était pas le fils biologique de ses parents. Sa quête d’identité, son désir d’accompagner sa chorale à l’étranger et la recherche de son oncle disparu et seul détenteur de la vérité, se confondent en une même fébrilité. A travers cette quête, Rabih dresse le portrait d’une nation toute entière incapable de relater sa propre Histoire.
Capharnaüm, 2h
Directed by Nadine Labaki
Origin Liban
Genres Drama
Actors Nadine Labaki

Un enfant se rebelle contre la vie qu'on cherche à lui imposer et entame un procès contre ses parents.
Halal Love
Halal Love (2016)
, 1h34
Origin Liban
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Actors Darine Hamzé

Au cœur d’un quartier vibrant et animé de Beyrouth, les destins croisés d’hommes et de femmes qui tentent de vivre leur amour et leur désir sans déroger aux règles dictées par l’islam. Awatef, mère de deux petites filles pleines d’interrogations, cherche une deuxième femme pour l’aider à satisfaire un mari trop aimant, tandis que Mokhtar doit marier son ex-femme avec un autre homme s’il veut pouvoir l’épouser à nouveau, pour la quatrième fois. Quant à Loubna, tout juste divorcée, elle pense pouvoir enfin se marier avec son amour de jeunesse… Assad Fouladkar, le réalisateur de Quand Mariam s’est dévoilée, livre une comédie sensible qui traite avec légèreté des relations amoureuses et de la jalousie, sur fond de farce sociale.
Void
Void (2013)
, 1h18
Origin Liban
Genres Drama

Waves '98
Waves '98 (2015)
, 15minutes
Origin Liban
Genres Drama, Animation
Actors Marthe Keller, Max Riemelt

Waves '98 tells the story of Omar, a high-school kid living in the northern suburb of Beirut in the late 1990s. Disillusioned with his life in the suburbs of segregated Beirut, Omar's discovery lures him into the depths of the city. Immersed into a world that is so close yet so isolated from his reality that he eventually finds himself struggling to keep his attachments, his sense of home.
Blind Intersections, 1h30
Origin Liban
Genres Drama
Actors Amr Waked

Venant de milieux différents à Beyrouth, trois personnages s'étaient croisés mais jamais rencontrés. Mais un seul incident va drastiquement bouleverser leurs vies par un enchaînement d'actions-réactions.
What's Going On?, 1h20
Directed by Jocelyne Saab
Origin Liban
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Jalal Khoury

A Beyrouth, un écrivain, fils de couturier, taille et coud ses textes à partir des personnages de la ville. Il rencontre Khouloud, une danseuse, qui lui fait toucher le cœur de Beyrouth.
Adolescente, sucre d'amour, 1h30
Directed by Jocelyne Saab
Origin Liban
Genres Drama, Comedy-drama
Actors Jacques Weber, Juliet Berto, Denise Filiatrault, Claude Préfontaine

Dans Beyrouth en guerre, Samar, jeune fille née dans cette guerre du Liban, rencontre Karim, un peintre qui est en train de perdre le goût de la vie. Une histoire d'amour intense nait entre ces deux rescapés
The Kite
The Kite (2003)
, 1h15
Directed by Randa Chahal Sabbag
Origin Liban
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films set in Africa, Political films
Actors Flavia Béchara, Ziad Rahbani

The Kite is set in a village called Deir Mimas over the border of the pre-occupied territories in southern Lebanon (occupied by Israel). The 16-year-old Lebanese girl Lamia (Flavia Bechara) lives with her family in the village. Her family had promised to marry her off to her cousin Samy (Edmond Haddad), who lives on the Israel side. Lamia’s mother, Amira (Randa Asmar) was unwilling and dejected to send her daughter away because that meant that Lamia could never come back because of the tense political situation at the border.
West Beirut, 1h45
Directed by Ziad Doueiri
Origin Liban
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Political films
Actors Carmen Lebbos, Mahmoud Mabsout

In April 1975, civil war breaks out; Beirut is partitioned along a Muslim-Christian line and is divided into East and West Beirut. After the line was created, Tarek is now considered to live in west Beirut (the Muslim part and Tarek is Muslim himself) and is in high school, making Super 8 movies with his friend, Omar. At first the war is a lark: school has closed (and is situated in east Beirut no longer accessible to Muslims since Christians build up walls to defend themselves), the violence is fascinating, getting from West to East is a game. His mother wants to leave the country; but his father refuses. Tarek spends time with May, a Christian, orphaned and living in his building. By accident, Tarek goes to an infamous brothel in the war-torn Olive Quarter, meeting its legendary madam, Oum Walid (name's translation: Walid's Mom). He then takes Omar and May there. Family tensions rise. Later on and as he comes of age, the war moves inexorably from adventure to a nationwide tragedy.