Lebanese Film Festival Australia – LFF Australia

The Lebanese Film Festival Australia – LFF Australia showcases contemporary and classic Lebanese film throughout Australia

NSW, QLD, ACT, VIC, SA (November 2021)

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A beautiful act of solidarity last night with the cedar tree projected onto the Sydney Opera House. One week after last week’s explosive tragedy, Beirut and Lebanon are left pondering in a state of economic and political uncertainty. We are doing our small part to help by supporting film makers repair their homes. To support this initiative, head to, https://gf.me/u/ynuxv8. 

Lebanon remains in our thoughts and prayers!
Thank you City of Canterbury Bankstown for today flying the Lebanese flag at half mast in Bankstown in solidarity with the victims and families affected by the tragic Beirut blast.
To all our Muslim friends and supporters, we wish you a happy Eid al Adha!
Netflix alert 🇱🇧 🎥 

Some exciting news to compliment your weekend, the streaming giant will make Nadine Labaki’s new lockdown short film available to watch on June 30

Trailer: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9JaGmaiKRLA 

Nadine’s film is featured as one of the ‘Homemade’ shorts made by many other acclaimed filmmakers:

Ladj Ly - Paolo Sorrentino - Rachel Morrison - Pablo Larraín - Natalia Beristáin - 
Sebastian Schipper - Naomi Kawase - David Mackenzie - 
Maggie Gyllenhaal - Antonio Campos - Johnny Ma - Kristen Stewart - Gurinder Chadha - Sebastián Lelio - 
Ana Lily Amirpour
The Lebanese Film Festival is continuing to plan its ninth edition, albeit in a new format! Stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter via www.LFF.org.au to make sure you’re in the know!
Weekend Watch List Alert: Our long time friends at Abbout Productions share the news STRAY BULLET by Georges Hachem will be on NETFLIX. Released in 2010, starring Nadine Labaki, Rodrigue Sleiman رودريغ سليمان , Badih Abou Chakra بديع ابو شقرا, Takla Chamoun - تقلا شمعون, Hind Taher, Pauline Haddad, Stray Bullet is a deeply felt story of a woman attempting to take control of her life. It screened in multiple festivals across the world winning Best Film at the Dubai International Film Festival.

Main Credits:
Producer: Georges Schoucair
Cinematographer: Muriel Aboulrouss
Music Composer: Nadim Mishlawi
Editors: Elias Chahine, Simon El Habre
Production Designer: Petra Abou Sleiman
Sound Mixer: Rayan Al Obeidyine
Sound Designer: Rana Eid
Re-recording Mixer: Florent Lavallée

#LebaneseCinema #AbboutProductions #LebaneseFilmFestival #LebaneseFilmFestivalAustralia #LFFAU
Happy Birthday to our wonderful Director and extraordinary human being Camille Lattouf! 🥳🤗
Eid Mubarak to our Muslim friends!! Sending our love from the LFF team.
Five years ago the Lebanese Film Festival made its first representation in Cannes! It was great to see how the French city comes alive for the Festival de Cannes and meet many amazing Lebanese film makers making their mark on the international film scene.
Never forgotten, always remembered. Let us give thanks! #anzacday2020 #lestweforget
ATTENTION FILM MAKERS. Submissions close this month for the Lebanese Film Festival Australia’s 2020 edition. Submit your film online at www.LFF.org.au/film-submission 

Submissions close Friday, 22 May.
ATTENTION FILM MAKERS. Submissions close this month for the Lebanese Film Festival Australia’s 2020 edition. Submit your film online at www.LFF.org.au/film-submission 

Submissions close Friday, 22 May.