Lebanese Film Festival Australia

The world’s largest showcase of Lebanese cinema

Sydney, Newcastle, Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Bowral (August 2020)

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Flickerfest Launches Into 2020

Flickerfest Launches Into 2020

Now entering year 29, Flickerfest has launched into action at its local home and mainstay ...
Jojo Rabbit

Jojo Rabbit

The problem with ‘Jojo Rabbit’ isn’t that it’s offensive. It isn’t offensive, it’s just that ...
Past and Future: Persian Film Festival 2019

Past and Future: Persian Film Festival 2019

“We are proud that the 8th Persian Film Festival is paying a tribute to the ...
Knives Out

Knives Out

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Riverside’s National Theatre of Parramatta and Sydney Festival present Lady Tabouli. Unapologetic, piercing and bittersweet… we all have families and we all have secrets. Lady Tabouli is James Elazzi‘s unflinching clash of cultures and a searing look at how expectations can eat away at us until we decide to change the rules. LADY TABOULI 9 - 18 JAN https://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/events/lady-tabouli Note: additional tickets have just been released for all sessions.
Goodbye 2019! What a year it has been for the Lebanese Film Festival. Some of our highlights include: ✅ record crowd attendance of 5,500 across Australia ✅ showcasing 24 films from across the world, demonstrating the significance, creativity and story telling of Lebanese cinema ✅ expanding our presence in our Festival home, Bankstown thanks to our partnerships and support of City of Canterbury Bankstown and Bankstown Central. ✅ building on our existing sponsorship relationships as well as welcoming a number of new sponsors. ✅ welcoming Karen and Dianne to our LFF team. ✅ showcasing a record amount of Australian content including Palm Beach, The Combination Redemption, a number of shorts and most significantly, our film of the year, KAIROS by Paul Barakat. ✅ bringing amazing events to Bankstown and Australia, in particular our flagship events, the opening and closing nights. ✅ introducing our first event line of merchandise which was a huge hit! ✅ taking Lebanese Films to four schools, seven Australian towns and cities We look forward to a bigger, better event in 2020! Stay tuned! What was your favourite LFF 2019 moment?
Yesterday Lebanon celebrated Independence Day - 76 years since the end of French rule in Lebanon, which was preceded by 400 years of Ottoman Rule. As Lebanese mark this Independence Day on the streets in protest while we watch from afar, our hope is that the Lebanese people achieve full independence from corruption, greed and foreign influence.
We can’t wait to be screening LISTEN tomorrow afternoon at 4.30pm in Bowral. Tickets on sale now at www.LFF.org.au/tickets
LFF wraps up in Bowral this weekend. Tomorrow afternoon at the Empire Cinema, we'll be screening romantic drama, LISTEN. - https://mailchi.mp/8c11f865885d/lff-wraps-up-in-bowral-this-weekend
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