Thirty four Lebanese films, including award-nominated titles like ‘The Little Wars’  (حروب صغيرة) by Maroun Baghdadi, ‘Where do we go now’ (وهلا لوين) by Nadine Labaki, Under the Bombs (تحت القصف) by Philippe Aractingi, The Kite (طيارة من ورق) by Randa Chahal Sabagh and West Beirut (بيروت الغربية) by Ziad Doueiri, will be available to Netflix members worldwide starting today.

This collection titled “Made in Lebanon” is meant to celebrate the wealth of talent in the Lebanese creative community, and showcase powerful stories from the Arab world, many of which have made waves at the World’s leading festivals. I couldn’t find the full list but here are the movies I know of so far:

The Made in Lebanon film list:
– Out of Life by Maroun Baghdadi
– The Little Wars by Maroun Baghdadi
– Whispers by Maroun Baghdadi
– We are all for the Fatherland by Maroun Baghdadi
– Beyrouth ya Beyrouth by Maroun Baghdadi
– Heritages by Philippe Aractingi
– Listen by Philippe Aractingi
– Bosta by Philippe Aractingi
– Under the bombs by Philippe Aractingi
– Khabsa by Shady Hanna
– Ghadi by Amin Dora
– Zozo by Josef Fares
– Panoptic by Rana Eid
– The Kite by Randa Chahal Sabbag
– Taxi Ballad by Daniel Joseph
– West Beirut by Ziad Doueiri
– Very Big Shot by Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya
– Heaven Without People by Lucien Bourjeily
– Stray Bullet by George Hachem
– Solitaire by Sophie Boutros
– Incendies by Denis Villeneuve

Nadine Labaki’s Caramel, Capernaum and Where Do We Go Now? will only be available in the MENA region.