The 91st Academy Awards are hours away and we’re excited to watch and see who all the winners will be. In this piece, we focus on the Best Foreign Language Film race to see whether or not Capharnaum has a chance of scoring Lebanon’s first win.… Read More Oscars 2019: does Lebanon’s ‘Capharnaum’ have a chance?
After showing her film Weeping Willow in multiple international films festivals, Lebanese student filmmaker Krystel El Koussa sits down with Reel Rambler to discuss her film, why she made it, and what her future plans are.… Read More Krystel El Koussa talks Weeping Willow, staying true to oneself, and clichés of filmmaking in Lebanon
Ahead of Sundance Fim Festival premiere on January 26, check out the trailer for the long-anticipated Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile!… Read More Zac Efron is Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ trailer
Actress, producer, and ex-daytime television queen Oprah Winfrey made a post about Nadine Labaki’s Capharnaum on her Instagram page over the weekend. The Cecil B. Demille Award winner wrote that she couldn’t stop thinking about the movie and its young actors — praising the performances of the film’s lead (Zain Al Rafeea) and now infamous… Read More Oprah praises ‘Capharnaum’ as Oscar voting closes
Roma was always poised to win thanks to additional nominations in the Best Screenplay and Best Director categories, the latter of which it won in. Nevertheless, getting recognised remains a great moment for Lebanese cinema in 2018, and one can only hope it is the first of many.… Read More Golden Globes 2019: Lebanon’s ‘Capernaum’ loses Best Foreign Language Film award