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The Beirut Art Film Festival is back with its VIIth Edition,

18 - 28 November 2021 : Beirut


The Beirut Art Film Festival is back with its VIIth Edition,
in person at Monnot Theater - Beirut.
Program to be revealed son.

Looking forward to sharing with you our selection
of films, documentaries and events
100% art !


In partnership with Jbail Municipality, Carakib Carajib & CLAC Byblos,
the Beirut Art FIlm Festival presents
HADY ZACCAK
Retrospective
at CLAC Byblos, Old Souk, Byblos.
Free entrance.

Byblos screening program
Friday 19 November
20:00 Introduction
20:15 Honeymoon 58 (Lebanon-Italy, 2013, 15’), هاني مون ٥٨
20:30 104 Wrinkles (Lebanon, 2017, 82’), يا عمري
Saturday 20 November
20:00 Beyrouth points de vue (Lebanon, 2000, 32’), بيروت وجهات نظر
20:30 Marcedes (Lebanon-Qatar, 2011, 68’), مارسيدس
Sunday 21 November
20:00 Le Liban à travers le cinéma (Lebanon, 2003, 15’), لبنان من خلال السينما
20:15 Cinéma de guerre au Liban (Lebanon-UAE, 2003, 32’), سينما الحرب في لبنان
20:45 Une leçon d'histoire (Lebanon-Qatar, 2011, 52’), درسٌ في التاريخ
21:45 Q&A with Hady Zaccak and introduction to his book
The Last Screening, a Biography of Cilama Tripoli
618 pages, publisher ZAC Films, 2021.

Hady Zaccak is a Lebanese award-winning filmmaker and a

Professor/Researcher at IESAV film School-Saint-Joseph University, Beirut.
He is the author of more than 20 documentaries. His selective filmography includes:

Ya Omri (104 Wrinkles) (Jury Award Malmo Arab Film Festival, Sweden, 2017),

Kamal Joumblatt, Witness and Martyr (Francophone Trophy for the best documentary 2016),

Marcedes (FIPRESCI Award -Dubai International Film Festival 2011),

Taxi Beirut (2010), A History Lesson (1st prize at the Arab Film Festival-Rotterdam 2010),

The War of Peace (2007), Refugees for Life (2006) among others.
In 1997, he wrote a book in French about the history of Lebanese cinema:

Le Cinéma Libanais, itinéraire d’un cinéma vers l’inconnu (1929-1996).
Zaccak seeks to document a constant vanishing memory.







12 December 2021 till
30 October 2022 : Online