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SAMT against death penalty

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Article de presse Des Sommets du Cinéma d'Animation – Montréal

Sommets du cinema 'animation Presse

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Tanit d'Argent du meilleur court métrage aux JCC!

JCC

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Carrefour du Cinéma d'animation 14e édition

Carrefour

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SAMT(silence) travels

SAMT is globe trotting by being showcased in super interesting I(nternational Festivals. Frankly it is heart warming. I am ever so glad.

Warsaw Film Festival Official SelectionMedfilm Festival Official SelectionAnima Mundi - Brazilian International Film Festival Official SelectionSommets du Cinema d'Animation Official Selection - Montreal DOK Leipzig Official Selection - GermanyArab Film Festival Official Selection - San Fransisco

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Things I'm Not – Beirut Dance Company (teaser)

Here is a teaser for the newest work from the Beirut Dance company. A new Pas de deux choreographed by Nada Kano and interpreted by Cindy Germany and Chadi Aoun.

What to say about it… I love it.

This Show will be held  in Madina Theatre for 6 nights only, on February 12, 13, 14, 19, 20 and 21 at 20:30.

(2016 of course)

Thank you Kassim Dabaji for the nice footage.

 

 

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BORDERLINE – teaser

Before touring in Paris, The Beirut Dance Company will be performing Borderline in Lebanon, a creation by Nada Kano which draws on the vices, which consume human nature and compel him to his doom.
Interpreted by 5 dancers, this single bill will be held in Lebanon, Madina Theatre for 4 nights only, on November 26, 27, 28 and 29 2015 at 20:30 before performing in Paris in December, 2015.

Performed by | Chadi Aoun, Paddy Eid, Cindy Germany, Maya Nasr & Yara Nassar

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BORDERLINE – Beirut Dance Company (preview)

“Of flesh, soul, bodies and emotion, beings gravitate on the stage of a human odyssey. An oh so human condition, condemned to dream of skies that are further and further away. Splendors and miseries of beings struggling with their demons, because down here, in this babel of bodies, the tower of sins seems well and truly erected.”

BORDERLINE (Beirut Dance Company)
Choreography: Nada Kano
Dancers: Joanna Aoun – Cindy Germany – Maya Nasr – Kim Baraka – Chadi Aoun

Thank you for Christina Farah (Producer) – Denise Khalife (Stage Design) – Patrick Farah (Costumes) – Hagop Derghougassian (Stage Lighting) – Karim Ghorayeb & Nicolas Cardahi (DOP) and all that helped even with moral support.

A video signed Yelostudio.

 

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Beirut Open Stage

Bel Arabi

Visual created for Beirut Open Stage, a great initiative by Elias Maroun, that promotes all kind of cool underground Lebanese music bands.

For its Next Edition, Beirut Open Stage wants to turn the spotlight on Arab writing and local culture, and is therefore organizing an Arabic Edition entitled:
"Bel 3arabé – بالعربي."

A Call for Artists is ON! Save your spot to perform in front of a wide audience, and meet professionals of the music industry.
https://www.facebook.com/events/678439005559196/

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BORDERLINE – Beirut Dance Company

BDC show 2014

BDC show 2014

“Of flesh, soul, bodies and emotion, beings gravitate on the stage of a human odyssey. An oh so human condition, condemned to dream of skies that are further and further away. Splendors and miseries of beings struggling with their demons, because down here, in this babel of bodies, the tower of sins seems well and truly erected.”

Poster and visual design for this new show performed by the Beirut Dance Company and choreographed by Nada Kano. Thank you Antoine Baraka for the pictures.

 

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