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Greater than memory: 3 Lebanese filmmakers explore traces of the past in Cairo Cinema Days
Nahed Nasr | 3 Lebanese documentaries re-construct the past to ask questions about identity and the civil war
The difficult route of returning to Syria
Tom Rollins | Now that the balance of power is tilting toward the regime, who will be able to go back?
Keeper of the Dead: An IPAF novel more journalistic than fictional
Ismail Fayed | An incisive view of the corrupt politics of Lebanon's civil war, but not much poetic insight.
99 floors down: Jana Elhassan’s IPAF-shortlisted novel disappoints
Ismail Fayed | Jana Elhassan's bodice-ripping Floor 99 makes Ismail Fayed wonder about the criteria by which works are
A crowning end: On the life and death of Sabah
Kinda Hassan | I remember this super-blond woman appearing on television in 1987, and making me want to break the screen
Where Do We Go Now? But where from?
MF Kalfat | MF Kalfat on Nadine Labaki's 2011 film Where Do We Go Now?
Lotus Notes: Part Two C
Nida Ghouse | Soon after the Permanent Bureau of the Afro-Asian Writers Association in Cairo folded, a poet from Pakistan
New types of memories in Lebanese art
Mai Elwakil | Mai Elwakil reviews the Exposure 2013 exhibition at Lebanon's Beirut Art Center.
Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty girls
Ania Szremski | Though the word lazy isn’t really allowed in the art criticism lexicon anymore, frankly that’s what
Sahar Mandour
‘Treachery isn’t a perspective’: Boycotting Israel in Lebanon
The issue is not about feeding a burning desire to communicate with the enemy
Abdelrahman Gad
Arab women in search of the disappeared
The crime of forced disappearance has contributed to the emergence of social movements comprised of the
Makram Rabah
Lebanon: ‘I am someone because I own this newspaper’
Why would Lebanese media be better than the corrupt and sectarian system which it inhabits and perpetuates,
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