Gate #5

Gate #5 is a film that retraces the life journey of “Najm” and other Lebanese truck drivers, from the 1960s and until the present day. It follows a path marked by migration, civil war and changes in the social and economic fabric of the country.

Beirut My Heart

A woman is devastated and looking for answers after the man she changed her life and moved to Beirut for, leaves her with no reason.

My father is still a communist

All that remains of Rashid Ghossein and Maream Hmadeh’s relationship is a large collection of recorded messages, which capture their 10 years together during the height of the Lebanese civil war.


Set in Byblos, an historic town in Lebanon with a prominent Maronite Christian community, a family’s life is turned upside down when their iconic Virgin Mary statue sheds tears.

Cash Flow

Mazen, a struggling young man is addicted to living large on a less-than-mediocre income. One day, he saves a rich philanthropist’s life and is awarded a credit card that can withdraw a thousand US dollars every day. Mazen’s life turns around overnight.


This is the biography of the Mercedes Ponton the 180 model (1953-1962) which became a pop icon of the pre-war Lebanon and witnessed the transformations on the Lebanese scene.
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Lebanese Rocket Society

From 1960 to 1966, a space project was undertaken in Lebanon. Several rockets, which became larger and more powerful with time, were launched from the hills surrounding Beirut by a group of scientists, university students and army experts.

It’s All In Lebanon

In “It’s All in Lebanon”, Wissam Charaf traces the recent history and identity of Lebanon through its political campaigns, PR imagery and pop videos.

Derrière Moi les Oliviers

After having lived 10 years in Israel, Mariam and her brother return to their native land in the South of Lebanon. Unfortunately, they feel rejected from their entourage because they are the children of an agent in the “Lahd” army.