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Of Yellow was the Outer Sky

"Of Yellow was the Outer Sky" (7 min 42 sec, 2018) is an ode to the fragility of life and the Syrian revolution which started on March 15,...
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Shooq

"Shooq" - aka "The Wanderer" (42 min 8 sec, 2017) is an ethereal film portrait of Jordanian artist, Mamdouh Bisharat, who like Kurt Schwitters and Joseph Cornell, uses psychological collages of fragments of found...
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Beneath the Wide Wide Heaven

"Beneath the Wide Wide Heaven" (15 min 6 sec, 2016): Pier Paolo Pasolini, Marxist, Catholic, and gay, plays the role of the film director as a conveyor of human experience in this essay film....
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Shluq

"Shluq" - aka "Sirocco" (15 min 51 sec, 2012): Remarkable men gather in a council to investigate a mysterious death. Their hired detective awakens on the seashore by the desert to find a ship...
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A Film

"A Film" (8 min 35 sec, 2010): a filmmaker photographs a woman in Paris: as a trapeze artist, a model, a lover, and a child. The film attempts to capture that moment between wakefulness...
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Song for the Deaf Ear

"Song for the Deaf Ear" (18 min 24 sec, 2008) is a film poem about the insanity of war and violence in Lebanon. The filmmaker returned to his country of origin in 2007 to...
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Asmahan

"Asmahan" (21 min 24 sec, 2005): "Unlike most cinephiles, I've never been interested in the cult of the actress - or actor - until Hisham Bizri rendered actress-fascination palpable, even for me, in his...
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Vertices: Beirut.Dublin.Seoul

"Vertices: Beirut.Dublin.Seoul" (32 min 44 sec, 2005): is a film for three screens that captures fragments of a day in the life of three cities: Beirut, Dublin, and Seoul. Simple scenes from every day...
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Chabrol a Biarritz

"Chabrol a Biarritz" (23 min 08 sec, 2002): shot in the French coastal town of Biarritz during the 15th edition of the International Festival of Audiovisual Programs in 2002, this film creates an intimate...
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La Rencontre

"La Rencontre" (27 min 49 sec, 2002): Learning of her father's suicide, Emma Zunz (Muriel Romero) embarks on a crusade to exact revenge from Aaron Lowenthall (Christian Paterne), the man responsible for her father's...
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City of Brass

"City of Brass" (24 min, 2002): Antoine Galland (Misha Kuznatzov) buys a rare manuscript known as "The Arabian Nights" from an Arab Moor (Ellis Foster) living in Europe at the turn of the 18th...