Post Tagged with: "Documentary"

He Named Me Malala No rating results yet

A look at the events leading up to the Talibans’ attack on the young Pakistani school girl, Malala Yousafzai, for speaking out on girls’ education and the aftermath, including her speech to the United Nations.

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Iraqi Odyssey No rating results yet

Tracing the emigrations of his family over more than half a century, this riveting 3D documentary epic from acclaimed expatriate Iraqi filmmaker Samir pays moving homage to the frustrated democratic dreams of a people successively plagued by the horrors of dictatorship, war, and foreign occupation.

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Jamil, A Flying Soul 0/5 (3)

The incredible true story of Dr. Jamil Zogheib who’s been fighting the LAS disease since almost a decade, which delivers a powerful message of hope and faith to every one of us.

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Araq – Guardians of Time Lost No rating results yet

Between commitment and chaos, between courage and fear, between ideology and deviation and between chivalry and violence lies the street…

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Kamal Jumblatt No rating results yet

Kamal Joumblatt, the Master of the castle of Moukhtara, recounts the major events of his life until his assassination on the 16th of March 1977.
The film takes us on a global journey from Lebanon, all the way to India, following the footsteps of Kamal Joumblatt, the Founder of the PSP (Progressive Socialist Party), the Leader, the Rebel, the Reformist, the Thinker, the Poet, the Yogi…
Kamal Joumblatt (1917-1977) becomes the last witness… of his own life.

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Scheherazade’s Diary No rating results yet

Imprisoned women, whether mothers or daughters, take center stage in Scheherazade’s Diary, a documentary filmed throughout the drama therapy/theatre project set up by Zeina Daccache in 2012 in Lebanon s’ Baabda Prison. The women inmates mine the depths of personal experience and confront patriarchy as they prepare and present the first theatre play staged inside an Arab women’s prison.

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Justin Bieber’s Believe No rating results yet

A backstage and on-stage look at Justin Bieber during his rise to super stardom.

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Layali Bala Nom No rating results yet

Through the stories of Assaad Shaftari, a former high ranking intelligence officer in a Christian right wing militia, responsible for many casualties in the Lebanese civil war, and Maryam Saiidi, the mother of a missing young communist fighter who disappeared in 1982, the film digs in the war wounds and asks if redemption and forgiveness are possible.

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One Direction: This is Us No rating results yet

A look at Niall, Zayn, Liam, Louis, and Harry’s meteoric rise to fame, from their humble hometown beginnings and competing on the X-Factor, to conquering the world and performing at London’s famed O2 Arena.

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The Lebanese Rocket Society No rating results yet

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. This group, led by Manoug Manougian, was called: The Lebanese Rocket Society.

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