Art bulletins

INVADERS IN BEIRUT

INVADERS IN BEIRUT

Portraying humans’ joys and struggles during the Covid-19 pandemic The pandemic spread Covid-19 covering the headlines of news shows, articles and papers. For the first time in a while, the commotion of our everyday life settled into a tranquil silence. The virus disrupted our routines and brought us out of our comfort zones. Today, we

Online exhibition “Refugee Camps in Lebanon, the Unsustainable Precarity” by Houda Kassatly – from April 14 to May 23 | Alice Mogabgab Gallery

For the past three weeks, our world has been diving in a heavy silence, punctuated by the deafening howls of ambulance sirens and curfews.Humanity, powerless, is confined.What will be the duration and the cost of this lockdown?What will be the outcome?How life will look like after claustration?Waiting for answers to the many questions raised by

Toni Makhoul starts his music tour outside Lebanon By presenting his extravaganza show “LE GRAND SPECTACLE” live at THE ROMANIAN NATIONAL OPERA – BUCHAREST ON MARCH 30

Beirut, March 09, 2020: Following the huge success of his latest album “New Dawn”, the distinguished multi-talented music composer, arranger and producer came up with a visionary project, one that required a grand approach which inspired the launch of Le Grand Spectacle; Toni Makhoul is preparing to present his big show “Le Grand Spectacle”, on

“The Place That Remains” back from Venice sheds light on the relation of the Lebanese to the land

After a memorable run as the first Lebanese Pavilion at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia, in 2018, the exhibition “The Place That Remains: Recounting the Unbuilt Territory” has returned to Beirut. It is being hosted by Beit Beirut until May 17, 2020. Designed by architect Hala Younes, the exhibition is an

Line-Up and Jury Announced for the first Red Sea Shorts Competition

Tim Redford of Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival to helm jury alongside actress Najla Ben Abdallah, and poet and cultural leader Ahmad Almulla Focussed on work from the Arab world, the winner of the competition receives a Golden Yusr Award and $50,000 Prize 27 February 2020, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | The Red Sea International Film Festival

Official Poster for the Red Sea International Film Festival

The Red Sea International Film Festival has unveiled the official poster of its inaugural edition featuring an image shot by Syrian-born artist Osama Esid of Saudi ballerina Samira Alkhamis emerging from the sea, indicative of the wave of change in the region, and the opportunities for a new generation of filmmakers in Saudi Arabia. In

“Changing the Script” – Red Sea International Film Festival announces theme and honors three cinematic innovators

Inaugural Festival embraces heritage, evolution, and storytelling – celebrating the dynamism of cinema and its relevance for a changing world February 11, 2020, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | The Red Sea International Film Festival announced that its inaugural session, which will launch next month in Jeddah’s Old Town, will have the theme “Changing the script”. The

Oliver Stone to head Red Sea International Film Festival Jury

February 17, 2020, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Oliver Stone will serve as the jury president of the international competition at the inaugural Red Sea Film Festival, it was announced Monday. Stone and his Jury will oversee the International Competition, which is focused on original, daring productions by emerging and established voices, particularly those from the

Red Sea International Film Festival reveals details of its first edition

The Festival, set to kick off on March 12, announces its main and short competitions, with 16 Films announced in-competition Opening of new cinema complex with 1200 seat cinema and 4 additional screens New Saudi / New Cinema section to launch with 7 local works “When Fellini Dreamt of Picasso” exhibition will take place at

Top