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Lebanese films start to take the spotlight in Cannes

Lebanon, unlike most other Arab nations this year, is having a good Cannes. Besides Danielle Arbid's A Lost Man and Nadine Labaki's hot Caramel in Directors' Fortnight, and a showcase of recent productions as part of Tous les Cinemas du Monde, the state-funded Fondation Liban Cinema is promoting a raft of titles in development and pre-production. The level of creative output is extraordinary given the country's ...

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