When it comes down to it, I prefer sitting at home with a DVD over going to the cinema, save for the occasional technical juggernaut that warrants a trip to the theater. But part of the reason why I prefer one over the other is the people that come with a cinema. Don’t get me… Read More 8 types of Lebanese movie-goers — ya wayle!
Before I proceed, I’d just like to point out that this is my personal opinion, and you don’t have to agree with it. In my time in Lebanon, Bliss street has slowly become one of my favourite places in the country. An unconventional pick, I admit, but from its local (hello, Abou Afif) and international… Read More 6 reasons why we love Prime On Bliss
At one point or another, we here in Lebanon have heard of the name Gibran Khalil Gibran. Whether it was in school or through his many, many publications and paintings, the author-philosopher’s written work, as well as his artwork is renowned internationally, and has made him a cultural and literary icon in Lebanon specifically. Khalil… Read More Salma Hayek brings Khalil Gibran’s “The Prophet” to the big screen, visits Lebanon for worldwide premiere
Hey Everyone! So, if you haven’t noticed by now, I’m a huge fan of the film industry. I love movies, and I think most people do. In a way, it’s a universal language, one that binds us all together, no matter where we are in the world, or where we come from. So, I want… Read More Life As Told By Film: a picture gallery of your lives as told by your favourite films (First Edition)