Gender and the Lebanese Theatre: “The Strange Adventures of Victoria”

The employment of satire in shedding light on adversity is both intense and effective in conveying this struggle in a creative manner.

#StopThem in Riad al-Solh Square

A group of experts were spread out in the Square, to guide attendees on the dangers of incineration and the expansion of landfills, and by answering any questions they might have about the crisis and available alternatives.

“Ahla Fawda” Keeping Akkar’s Feet Warm

The NGO’s most recent initiative, the “Warm Feet Campaign”, seeks to provide cloth donations to refugee camps, with a  focus on gathering shoes.

Myth Buster: “An Incinerator for Beirut?”

All factors considered, the film makes it clear that although incinerators may work in Denmark, this waste management strategy is practically unfeasible in Lebanon.

An interview with Ziad Abi Chaker

Beirut Today sat down with Ziad Abi Chaker on Jan. 30th to discuss his projects.

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.

An Open Letter to Ahed Tamimi

Your imprisonment is part and parcel of Israel’s tactic of removing any living and potential leaders for the Palestinian cause

Women in Lebanon’s Film Industry and Beyond—Actress Natasha Choufani reports

“I am not naive to think that people will change because of campaigns or workshops.

Protesters demand amendment of Law 293 following women’s deaths

The KAFA protest is particularly significant in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with many signs stating that their bearers will not be voting for “patriarchal ideology.”

Stink at Zouk

Debates on the origin of the trash have been sparked, and some officials stating that the garbage washed downstream from Nahr El Kalb, a recurring dumpsite since the outbreak of the crisis.