A review of the 2017-2018 Cultural Affairs Commission, an organization founded upon diversity, education, and activism.
“Fridging” has not disappeared, but instead it has begun to take on a new form that may be deemed more acceptable by current audiences.
Don’t stand outside my window blasting a boombox over your head. Accept that a woman can make a definitive decision.
“Children of Beqaa” tells the story of director Elias Matar’s journey to work with Salam LADC in the Beqaa valley in Lebanon, a region which millions of refugees have made their temporary home while fleeing the war. The film’s striking images and poignant narrative help illuminate the devastating but hopeful story of refugees fighting for their lives in the midst of losing nearly everything they have.