This powerful documentary engages the audience in the horrors of the Syrian Civil War and the Siege of Aleppo.
Cannes Film Festival
Can you picture a little boy suing his parents for giving him life? Well that’s exactly happens in the hard-hitting film “Capernaum” which follows the life of Zain, a street smart 12 year old boy and his journey through hardship.
We joined director Nadine Labaki for an exclusive screening of her latest film, the award winning Capernaum, set in sprawling Beirut, at a cinema in NYC. She offered a brief Q&A after the screening. Here’s a review of Capernaum.
Jonas Carpignano’s A Ciambra is a mesmerizing, albeit frustrating, follow-up to his excellent debut, Mediterranea
The rising filmmaker Jonas Carpignano discusses the heavy burden of being the torchbearer for modern Italian neorealism, his cinematic championing of Mezzogiorno, and gaining the trust of the Romani community in Gioia Tauro.
Read our red carpet conversations below.
Clash proves to be a powerfully poignant sophomore attempt from the burgeoning Egyptian director.
A bloody and stomach-twisting thriller that keeps you on edge.
And the winners are…