LFF [RELAUNCH] Series continues in April, May + June with a must-see film line up

After more than two years, it was great to see a mix of regular and new LFF patrons attend our first [RELAUNCH] series last Thursday at the screening of 'Broken Keys'. We have now confirmed our next three [RELAUNCH] screenings for April, May and June. Confirmed screenings include:

In the meantime, save the date, because our Opening Night of our Tenth Anniversary will take place on Thursday, 18 August at the Bryan Brown Theatre in Bankstown. Stay tuned for details. 

I look forward to seeing you at our forthcoming screenings. 

Camille Lattouf
Director, Lebanese Film Festival

Set in the mountains, during the 1982 invasion of Lebanon, it is the last day of school and 11-year-old Wissam is determined to tell his classmate Joanna that he loves her, while his teachers – on different sides of the political divide – try to mask their fears. See Nadine Labaki on the big screen once again. For tickets and info, click here.
Support the Lebanese Film Festival
This year is a special one for the Lebanese Film Festival - not only are we re-launching after two years of pandemic-induced postponement, we'll be celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Lebanese Film Festival. To help us continue to build on the Festival's strengths and success, we rely on the generosity of our sponsors and partners. If you're interested in becoming a sponsor, partner or supporter of LFF, contact us by clicking here.  

THEATRE: Arts and Culture
It's great to see more arts and cultural activities returning, and we're pleased to share that Lebanese-Australian James El Azzi's 'SON OF BYBLOS' is being presented at the Belvoir Theatre.

4 MAY - 21 MAY

Adam has everything under control. As each day passes and he knows what to expect: Casual sex when he wants it, his traditional Lebanese parents wrapped around his finger and the only person he can be his true self with, his cousin Claire, always right by his side. He has a grip on everything and is content.

Until Claire suddenly announces her engagement to a man abroad in Lebanon.

With this one decision their truce is shaken, and little by little Adam begins to lose his grip. Sex isn’t getting him high anymore and his parents start asking questions he hasn’t prepared answers to. His private world and cultural expectations finally clash and the lies that used to keep his life together won’t work for him any longer. 
For tickets and details, click here.

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