27 March 2018, 7 PM - 8 PM
The director returns to her native Lebanon due to the financial difficulties of her father, the principal of the Lebanese Rabie School in the southern suburb of Beirut. The family home forms the venue for frequent lively and often humorous discussions. From these debates emerges the recent history of the country and the way political change has irreversibly transformed society.
Nadine Naous was born in Lebanon from a Lebanese father and a Palestinian mother. She began her artistic journey presenting several installations that mix Super 8 films, videos, photos, and audio pieces. In 2006, she directed her first documentary, ‘My Palestine’; she achieved her first short fiction film, ‘Cliches’, in 2009.
59 min | Arabic with English Subtitles | Location: Auditorium, Second Floor | Free Entrance | Doors open at 6:30 PM