Beirut Film Society: What is the Cinematic Culture in Lebanon

A low-down on Lebanon’s cinematic culture by expert, enthusiast, and founder of Beirut Film Society Sam Lahoud.

Movie Review: The Post

The Post raises some interesting points that discuss the importance of a free press in a healthy democracy; and clearly draws  parallels between the Nixon and Trump administrations.

Book Launch: “Precarious Imaginaries of Beirut: A City’s Suspended Now”

Many describe Beirut as a “resurrected city” that has resurged from the ashes of a.

Mysticism at Metro

The doors of Metro Al Madina’s underground theater were opened at 9:30 PM on on.

The World through a Lens: Jamal Saidi on the Power of Photography

  Photography can be a powerful tool capable of narrating a story, distorting an image,.

“Beirut”: Fact, Fiction or Hollywood

Whenever a trailer comes out and I hear people’s responses, I’m usually the guy that.

Coco Movie Review — What you need to know

In the last two decades, Pixar has arguably created some of the best animated movies.

Activists say ‘Enough!’ to violence against women

Women and men  gathered in front of the National Museum in Beirut on December 23,.

Millennials in Lebanon: Stuck and Unstuck in Time

From the Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, to Generation Z, society has been.

Save a life for the Price of a Coffee

Many of us have the habit of going over newspapers in the morning, which are.