Heritages: A Review

Heritages movie poster

Heritages is the story of Philippe Aractingi and his Franco-Lebanese family as they trace back their own family history and compare, contrast it with the history of Lebanon and the whole region.

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Beirut Open Stage launches online platform

“To further its vision of showcasing and promoting as best as it can the local talent”, the Musical Collective “Beirut Open Stage” has launched its online platform.

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Nadine Moussa’s Presidential Plan

“This presidential plan aims at accomplishing the following goals setting the path for achieving a long-term vision that aspires to make drastic changes in Lebanon”

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Maroun Baghdadi in the Limelight

“Maroun Baghdadi’s portrayal of everyday Lebanese during the 70s and 80s evokes haunting images of a nation of fractured identities.”

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Workers’ Day Parade and Festival for Migrant Workers

“The Anti-Racism Movement and Fi Chi Ghalat are organizing the 4th annual Workers’ Day Parade in celebration of Labor Day, demanding better legal protection for Domestic Workers in Lebanon suffering from the Kafala System.”

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Lebanese Civil War Memorial Week at AUB

“A Rupture Of Amnesia: The Lebanese Civil War Memorial Week is an event organized by AUB’s Secular Club to give you a “chance to see the Civil war, that has long been haunting us, in a new light.””

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Tomorrow We Will See

“Tomorrow We Will See” offers a window into Lebanon’s flourishing creative culture through the perspective of ten Lebanese artists

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Happy Lebanon on #HappyDay

Yesterday, I announced on Facebook and Twitter the following: Today’s International Happiness Day (Yes, it’s a thing). A group of young Lebanese will be in Hamra today at 5pm to spread some joy. Here’s their message: Fear has taken over our Lebanese life. A rational fear of war. A rational fear of death. A rational fear […]

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