1- Habbet Loulou (حبة لولو) A movie by Layal M. Rajha
In modern day Lebanon, in a country divided between those who have too little and those who have too much, three women try to defy their social labeling and incapability. “Habbet Loulou” is a story about illegitimate children, prostitution, and abortion. A heartfelt tale that streams from the veins running under the very streets of Lebanon.
2- Ghadi a film by Amin Dora, written by and starring Georges Khabbaz
The trailer of Ghadi, a film by Amin Dora, a social comedy written by and starring Georges Khabbaz giving you a closer insight about a special kid and the struggles of his humble family. Expect strange phenomena to affect the behavior and beliefs of their little Lebanese town’s population.
3- BéBé Directed by Elie F. Habib
This is a Lebanese Romantic Comedy about a 33 year old Mentally impaired girl who leaves her home for the first time alone, with a bag of one million dollars in cash.
4- Sleepless Nights (ليال بلا نوم) Directed by Eliane Raheb
This documentary shows how an ordinary man get involved in the civil war by becoming responsible for the life and death of hundreds of people, the destruction he makes to himself and to the others, and how, after the war, when he feels guilty, he tries to regain his humanity by helping a mother to find his missing son. The film asks if there is still a place for the forgiveness between the different camps, and how to avoid an other war which could contribute to the destruction of a country and its people.