BFI Discover Arab Cinema: In association with Zenith Foundation, the BFI Southbank continues with its year-long programme of inspiring contemporary and classic films from the Arab region with September 2014 devoted to creative documentary films from the region: In Search of Oil and Sand (showing on 6/8 September), Lebanese Rocket Society (showing 11/14 September), This Is My Picture When I Was Dead (showing 14/16 September) and The One Man Village (showing 26/27 September).
BFI Discover Arab Cinema: In association with Zenith Foundation, the BFI Southbank continues with its year-long programme of inspiring contemporary and classic films from the Arab region with August 2014 devoted to films from the Lebanon: Caramel (A romantic, colourful film about the lives of five Lebanese women, showing on 5/10 August), West Beirut (A war-torn city becomes a playground for a group of teens in this coming of age tale, showing on 12/16 August) Stable Unstable (A funny and sober film about a psychologist, his patients and neighbours, showing on 18/23 August),
BFI Discover Arab Cinema: In association with Zenith Foundation, the BFI Southbank continues with a year-long programme of inspiring contemporary and classic films from the Arab region with the month of June 2014 devoted to Palestine and showing: Omar (directed by Hany Abu Assaad, 2013), When I Saw You (directed by Annemarie Jacir, 2012), Last Days in Jerusalem (directed by Tawfik Abu Wael, 2011) and Divine Intervention (directed by Elia Suleiman, 2002).
BFI Discover Arab Cinema: In association with the Zenith Foundation, the British Film Institute (BFI Southbank) is continuing with its year-long programme of inspiring films from the Arab region. April will show a number of experimental films, with a selection that spans sixteen years in an effort to engage viewers with new angles on the familiar and reconfigure perspectives on the pressing questions of our time. For confirmed films and screenings, please check the link below.
The Last Man Film Screening: The British Film Institute (BFI) and Zenith Foundation will present the film that mixes the thriller with the vampire genre in an experimental portrayal of the city of Beirut. Each morning Beirut awakens to a new murder seemingly committed by a serial killer, with victims found emptied of their blood.
Discover Arab Cinema, at the British Film Institute (BFI): December 2013 starts the second theme of the BFI Southbank’s year-long Discover Arab Cinema in collaboration with Zenith Foundation. Four award-winning films will be showing from Morocco, Algeria/France, Jordan and Palestine on the big theme of Family, which is central to Middle Eastern societies. Each film deals in its own distinctive way with the issue and engages the viewer with strength in storyline mixed at times with dark humour and tenderness.