Lebanese Film Festival Australia

The world’s largest showcase of Lebanese cinema

Sydney (Aug 23-Sep 7), Newcastle (Sep 13-15), Adelaide (Sep 27-29), Canberra (Oct 4-6), Melbourne (Oct 10-13), Brisbane (Oct 19-20), Bowral [NSW] (Nov 15-16)

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RocKabul

RocKabul

Afghanistan’s first psychedelic metal band will hopefully not be their last ...
Number 37

Number 37

There have been a lot of adaptations, homages or films otherwise inspired by Rear Window; ...
The Drummer and the Keeper

The Drummer and the Keeper

Casting matters. So does chemistry ...
The Seen and Unseen

The Seen and Unseen

Most stories are better without a sledgehammer to drive it’s point home, though subtlety doesn’t ...
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It was great to catch up with our sponsors and partners of the Lebanese Film Festival. Due the support of Bryan Brown, our sponsors and partners, last year’s Festival attracted a record 4,800 attendees. If you’re interested in sponsoring or partnering with the Lebanese Film Festival, email us at info@lff.org.au.
Happy birthday to Julia, our Manager Public Affairs and Marketing, who has moved into the thirties! The Festival team were excited to be a part of the festivities!
The Lebanese Film Festival is lucky to have these two super mums in our team. Priscilla and Julia have four children between then and continue to be critical to the success of the Lebanese Film Festival. We wish them both an amazing Mother’s Day, and send our love to all the beautiful and hard working mothers out there. For those who’s mothers are no longer with us, we hope you can reflect on beautiful memories and good times.
Ramadan Mubarak to the Muslim community! We hope you have a blessed month.
ATTENTION KHALIL GIBRAN FANS: Tonight at 6pm, Bankstown Library is hosting a night to celebrate the life and works of Khalil Gibran. There will be readings of Gibran's poems, quotes and Lebanese music. Light refreshments will be served.
Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre
We will be holding it in the appropriately named "Khalil Gibran Garden" at Bankstown Library. No bookings are required.
Enquiries 9707 9708.Canterbury-Bankstown Libraries
ATTENTION KHALIL GIBRAN FANS: This coming Thursday at 6pm, Bankstown Library is hosting a night to celebrate the life and works of Khalil Gibran. There will be readings of Gibran's poems, quotes and Lebanese music. Light refreshments will be served.
Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre
We will be holding it in the appropriately named "Khalil Gibran Garden" at Bankstown Library. No bookings are required.
Enquiries 9707 9708.Canterbury-Bankstown Libraries
ATTENTION KHALIL GIBRAN FANS: This coming Thursday at 6pm, Bankstown Library is hosting a night to celebrate the life and works of Khalil Gibran. There will be readings of Gibran's poems, quotes and Lebanese music. Light refreshments will be served.
Bankstown Library and Knowledge Centre
We will be holding it in the appropriately named "Khalil Gibran Garden" at Bankstown Library. No bookings are required.
Enquiries 9707 9708.Canterbury-Bankstown Libraries
Happy Easter to the Orthodox community! We hope you have a fantastic and blessed day!
Four years ago, the LFF team were in Beirut to watch the red carpet premiere of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet.
Congratulations to Nadine Labaki, who will head the Un Certain Regard Jury at the upcoming Festival de Cannes! Nadine continues to raise the profile of the Lebanese film industry.
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