Mayyas Official - HORRA

Director: Nadim Cherfan Concept & Choreography : Nadim Cherfan Music Composition & Sound Design: Harry Hedeshian DOP: Shadi Chaaban Directing Supervision: George Peter Barbari Producer: Christelle Younes Production House: Bittersweet Pictures Mayyas Manager: Lea Ghorayeb Look Consultant : Elie Khater Mayyas General Assistant: Jad Atallah Assistant Choreographer : Lea Haj Mixed and Mastered by Rami Hashash Dancers: Andrea Abboud Anya Alaeddin Aya Charaf Carole Nahra Christel Fakhry Christina Aramouni Dania Honein Douna Estephan Elsa Maroun Farah AlKazzi Hanady Estephan Jana Obeid Lana Jarmakani Lilia Haj Liliya Chahine Lourdes Antoury Lynn Haydar Marcelle Assal Marlyn Sleiman Mayssa Zacca Nathalia Wakim Nicole Hanna Nour AlKazzi Raya Sakr Rasha Akkawi Rebecca Achkar Remy Yazbeck Rita Samaha Roxane Finianos Stephanie Nougeaim Thea Hardan Thelma Merhej Vanessa Nougeaim Yaroslava Fawzi Production Manager: Elie Ziade Assistant director: Wael Deeb Art Director: Ramy Nabha Construction Manager / SFX Supervisor: Roger Karkinly Styling: Christy Samaha Make up & Hair: Eva Atallah & Joseph Saad CGI & Compositing: Rafi Tannous Editor: Gerard Daccache Colorist: Marina Starke Photographer: Tarek Moukaddem Horra Logo Design: Hamza Mekdad First AC: Jimmy Sawma DIT: Ralph Moussa VTO: Elie Naccouzi BTS: Celine Dagher Gaffer: Mizyed Azrai Best Boy: Joseph Chahine Grip: Rawad Homeimes Assistant Grip: Hadi Homeimes Assistant Grip: Pierre Homeimes Movi Technician: Gaby Naaseh Electricians : Tony Baboujian Christ jensesian Saleh hussein Tony Laflouf Elie Kourieh Elie costantine Micho syegha Paul achkouty Props Master: Firas Ghraizi Props Master: Christelle Kiameh Casting: Nassib Achkar / Promote Yourself Old Lady: Linda Chedid Location: Sursock palace Studio: Venue Verde Unit: H&H Unit manager: Haidar Ismail Unit team: Fouad El Rez Ali Maanaki Moustafa El Hajj Hassan Catering: Poids Plume by Mira Moussa Storyboard Artist: Christelle Halal Production Coordinator: Jad Nehme Production Assistant: Zoe Abou Nader Production Assistant: Carine Malek Production Assistant: Nour Torbey Runner: Mario Noujaim Rotoscope and retouching: Amjad Neoushi Equipment: FinalCut Equipped




Lynn Adib - Barada | لين أديب - بردى

Filmed in Beirut - Lebanon, April 2021. A song about Barada, the river of the city I belong to, Damascus. From the Album “Youmma” released in 2018.




Etel Adnan - Colour as Language

Artist Etel Adnan (1925-2021) is famous for her abstract landscape paintings and her distinct use of colour. In the first retrospective in the Netherlands, her paintings, leporellos, tapestries and literary work are seen alongside the work of Vincent van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, from 20 May until 4 September 2022.




Vogue Beirut

In Lebanon, a country where the LGBTQ community still faces extreme discrimination, a scene is emerging that celebrates the identity, flamboyance and passion of its queer community. It’s voguing, a dance style created in New York City in the 80s to create a safe space for LGBTQ people. We meet dancer Hoedy Saad in Beirut to discover how, in the face of adversity, he's building a vogue scene in the Middle East to fight for freedom. Graded with FilmConvert. 2 Credits Nougie Film DP/editor Michael McCormack




“Mala” Migrant Domestic Workers in Lebanon

Lebanon is home to over 250,000 migrant domestic workers (MDWs), who come from African and Asian countries and work in private households. The vast majority of these workers are women. Migrant domestic workers in Lebanon are trapped in a web woven by the kafala system, an inherently abusive migration sponsorship system, which increases their risk of suffering labour exploitation, forced labour and trafficking and leaves them with little prospect of obtaining redress. All migrant domestic workers are excluded from the Lebanese Labour Law and are governed instead by the kafala system, which ties the legal residency of the worker to the contractual relationship with the employer. This video is part of a campaign that demands that Lebanon extend labour protections to migrant domestic workers.

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Back to the Beginning Bokja FW22/23

Our work is rooted in memory; capturing moments from the past to reflect on the present. Through our latest Wearables collection, we remember our long and repeated journeys through the Silk Road, searching for and witnessing an ages-old savoir faire through textiles. These textiles and the extraordinary women that produced them were our first school, a space to reflect on heritage and craftsmanship. We collected and archived what we found and imagined all the possibilities of what it could become, harvesting new and contemporary items to wrap the body with poetically assembled impressions of the past.




The first performance in decades in Beirut's abandoned Grand Theater

Le Grand Théâtre des Mille et Une Nuits is a historical landmark in the center of Beirut. Built in the late 1920s, it played host to international performances, films and was an icon of contemporary Middle Eastern culture. After the 1975 civil war, the building suffered structural damage and was eventually boardd up and forgotten. There was no attempt to revive the theater until the people’s revolution of 2019, which led to its barriers finally being pulled down... Musician: Anthony Sahyoun Soprano: Monà Hallab Cinematographer/editor: Nader Bahsoun Set designer: Whard Sleiman Installation Designer: Aya Atoui




Piiiiissssst, a performance installation by Rana Haddad and Pascal Hachem of Beirut based 200 Grs

A series of striking film narratives from the streets of Lebanon mark almost a year to the Beirut port blasts. Rana Haddad of Beirut based studio 200 Grs puts our eye to The Human Lens at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021. One of the most intriguing installations in the Pause series is Piiiiissssst, which packs the struggle for survival and escape into a moving suitcase with protruding human limbs




Eli Rezkallah: Dare Greatly

A short documentary about the journey of Lebanese artist Eli Rezkallah and the making of Plastik - turning it from a local publication into a global phenomenon.




Mona Hatoum - Hot Spot

Mona Hatoum's first solo exhibition in Finland opens on 7th of September 2016 in Kiasma. In this video, the artist talks about her work, Hot spot. The exhibition is organized by the Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, in collaboration with Kiasma and Tate Modern, London. The video is made in Centre Pompidou.




Mona Hatoum – 'Nothing Is a Finished Project'

Mona Hatoum creates a challenging vision of our world, exposing its contradictions and complexities. TateShots visited the artist during the install of her first major survey at Tate Modern, covering 35 years from her early radical performances and video pieces, to sculptures and large-scale installations. The artist talks about her practice, her materials and the artwork on display.

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Salim Azzam | FW 21/22 | A Good Bye To The Old World

In this collection "An Ode to the Old World", we wanted to give a sincere tribute to the history that depicted the notion of embroidery. We started eagerly digging into that world. Mesmerizing handmade pieces got out of the aged closets and pieces of magazine clippings gathered from forgotten drawers; both reflecting an honourable era when this work was a beautiful way for women to express themselves. An ode to the old world is dreaming of the future by genuinely and passionately looking into the past, and the belief that everything we need, we already have. DOP Assistants: Moaz Habli & Hussein Fneish Hair and Makeup: Ivan Kuz (Velvet Management) ( @lvan_kuz )

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Eli Rezkallah: Dare Greatly


A short documentary about the journey of Lebanese artist Eli Rezkallah and the making of Plastik - turning it from a local publication into a global phenomenon.



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