Canada 2019 – Director: Marlene Edoyan – Original language: Arabic – Subtitles: English

How can decades old hostility be resolved between neighbours? Marlene Edoyan follows two women of different beliefs through Beirut two decades after the Lebanese civil war. The rifts appear to run deep but change is in the air.


We present the German premiere of the film at DOK.fest München 2020 @home.

Writer: Marlene Edoyan. Camera: Alexander Lampron. Sound: Bruno Pucella. Editing: Ariane Pétel-Despots. Music: Thus Owls (Erika & Simon Angell). Production: Fauve Film. Producer: Marlene Edoyan. Length: 102 min. International Sales: Fauve Film.


Marlene Edoyan has been working in the Canadian film industry as a director and producer for ten years. In her work she deals with interpersonal relationships and concepts of society. She lives and works in Montréal.


FIGURE D'ARMEN, CA 2012, 74 min

#What about religion? #Middle East #Looking back

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