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ENOUGH Lebanon's Darkest Hour

Documentary by Daizy Gedeon second feature documentary
Australia  june 2021 90 minutes (in post)
One of Bruno Chatelin's BEST FOR FESTS Cannes Market Premiere July 13, Palais H 11:30

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour follows Australian-Lebanese filmmaker Daizy Gedeon’s personal and independent introspection into how her ancestral homeland, the place her family was forced to flee in the 1970s because of the Civil War, has ended up in a state of complete catastrophe. It is a story of awakening in which Daizy is forced to abandon her idealism about Lebanon and face the cold, harsh truth about the country’s dark underbelly which is its most sinister enemy.

Daizy prosecutes the case against the corrupt political class which has reduced a proud people to beg for garbage collection instead of greatness and negotiate potholes rather than peace.

ENOUGH! is the plea and the prayer, the feeling and fierce determination of the 4.5 million Lebanese in Lebanon as well as the 16 million members of the Lebanese diaspora scattered around the world, whose hearts continue to bleed for a homeland they are desperate to return to and so deeply want to believe in...once again.

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Enough Lebanon's darkest hour awarded Best International Documentary at Hollywood Golden Age International Festival

The organizing and administrative team of Hollywood Golden Age started their activities in New York 2 years ago. This is a monthly New York-based film festival with a yearly event. Every month, our Jury will award the best films through private screenings. Monthly Award Winners will be chosen to compete in the online Award. ...

Enough selected at Cairo Film Festival

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour continues its journey around the world. This time we’re heading to The Cairo International Film Festival - the oldest running film festival in the Middle East and Africa! 9 World Premieres and 2 International Premieres in the Features and 17 World Premieres and 5 International Premieres in the shortfilms (The shortfilms will be announced during the press conference) Tomorrow (Ghodwa) Tunisia | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | International Comp...

Enough! Lebanon's Darkest Hour opened the APOX Film Festival

It was a great night last night with my film officially opening the APOX Film Festival @apox_festival to a packed house of locals and tourists on the idyllic island of @losinj in Croatia. ...

ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour wins two awards at Vesuvius International Film Festival

At the 15th edition of the Vesuvius International Film Festival ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour took two awards for Best Documentary and Best female Director Congrats to the team!   ...

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour screened at the US Capitol

  On November 3rd  ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour hosted a premiere screening in the US Capitol for its Washington DC premiere tonight, proudly hosted by @CCG &       ...

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour wins the Award of Excellence at INDIEFEST

  I would like to thank #IndieFEST for recognising my film ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour with the Award of Excellence. Every accolade this film receives is a vote of confidence for a future Lebanon that is independent and free to thrive. This is not a movie, it’s a movement! Daizy Gedeon Film Director   ...

Front Row picked up ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour for distribution of the controversial doc

MENA-based leading independent film distributor Front Row has inked a deal with Australian production company Dream Creations International for the distribution rights to our controversial documentary.  Front Row is a leading independent Film distribution company in the MENA region for all rights. Sole aggregators for iTunes, Netflix and Google Play. Front Row CEO Gianluca Chakra  told The Hollywood Reporter this summer: “For us, Enough! is not only...

Enough! Lebanon's Darkest Hour screened in Beyrouth at the International Human Rights Film Festival

To all Beirut fans and followers, the film has screened for ONE NIGHT ONLY, due to Lebanese censorship limitations, at the #karamabeirut International Human Rights Film Festival  at the Sunflower Theatre. Daizy Gedeon and the team held a Q&A after! ...

Cannes Interview with Director Daizy Gedeon for her Documentary “Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour” (2021)

Intrepid humanitarian journalist, filmmaker and entrepreneur Daizy Gedeon has been making international headlines with her latest feature documentary “Enough!: Lebanon’s Darkest Hour” (2021). Born in Lebanon amidst unrest, Daizy's family moved her to Sydney where she grew up. After decades spent on faraway shores, her Lebanese identity and passion for her birth country has only grown stronger with time. Before her career as an award-winning documentar...

FLIFF Best Documentary: ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour, directed by Daizy Gedeon

The 36 Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Announces 2021 Award Winners    The 36th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF36) wrapped after 18 days on Nov. 21st with film awards at Savor Cinema prior to the last film of the festival, Laurent Tirard’s smart and sophisticated arthouse comedy, The Speech.  The festival, which started Nov. 4th reeled out 200 films from over 40 countries in over 350 screenings. Film tal...

Enough! Lebanon's darkest hour wins Audience Choice Award at the 11th annual Arlington Int'l Film Festival

Arlington International Film Festival  will run November 4- 14, 2021 Arlington International Film Festival (AIFF) is an award winning organization with its mission being to foster appreciation for different cultures by exploring the lives of people around the globe through independent film. In 2014 AIFF was awarded the Community Recognition Award by the Arlington Martin Luther King Committee, in 2013 the Alan McClennen Community Arts Award by the Arlington Center for the Arts and ...

Enough! Lebanon's darkest hour PREMIERES in New York at Chelsea Film Festival

The Chelsea Film Festival (CFF) has been selected in the "TOP 10 BEST FILM FESTIVAL IN NORTH AMERICA" (#6) by USA Today in 2019 among 19 other film festivals in the USA. CFF is an organization dedicated to supporting films and the artists who create them by providing a creative forum for exchange and discovery with the public. The Festival attracts filmmakers, artists and audience members from across North America and around the globe. It premieres independent feature-length, doc...

Enough! Lebanon's darkest hour premieres in Paris; Daizy Gedeon to speak in Panel on Lebanon's revolution

The film is part of of the FOCUS « THAWRA » (REVOLUTION) at the second edition of the LEBANESE FILM FESTIVAL IN FRANCE. Daizy will speak in the panel dedicated to“Social and political revolt: what impact and what future for Lebanese culture and cinema?” Followed by an exchange with the public   Participants: Michelle Keserwany, Philippe Aractingi, Salim Saab, Daizy Gedeon Moderation: Michel Abouchahla, president of the weekly cinema magazine: ...

PAB inspired by Enough ! Lebanon darkest hour in his interpretation of the Festival Poster

Please note the extra pair of feet under Spike LEE's head! Daizy Gedeon posing with the lucky owner of Pab's art Jon Gosier Founder of Filmhedge FilmHedge is an alternative lender that provides short term financing (9 to 12 months) to borrowers working in Film, TV and Media. We determine the terms for loan offers based on the borrowers sufficiently collateralize the loan. Forms of collateral include media agreements (distribution, pre-sales, tax credits etc.) or traditional ass...

PAB and Daizy Gedeon beeing sketched in Cannes

Amandine sketching Director of 'ENOUGH! Lebanon's darkest hour' and french street artist PAB   ...

Enough! Lebanon's darkest hour honored with the Movie that MATTERS Award

Kiera Chaplin, Barry Alexander Brown, and his trophy, Manuel Collas de La Roche Kiera Chaplin, Michel Moawad, Manuel Collas de La Roche, Marcelo Vieira, Clarice Alves Reception at the 3.14 beach on the Croisette;  photo credit Stéphane Gendre Bruno Chatelin was able to catch Daizy Gedeon just before she would receive her prize on stage at the Gala. PAB, the local street artist, whose atelier is at this very beach, very spot in...

Movie that Matter Awards will be handed to 'ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour' during the Better World Fund Gala July 12

Two films will be honoured at the Better World Fund Gala reception in Cannes, July 12, with the  "Movie that Matter Award". The filmmakers in attendance will receive a trophy designed by french artist PAB.     ENOUGH Lebanon's Darkest Hour Documentary by Daizy Gedeon - second feature documentary Australia  june 2021 90 minutes Cannes Premiere July 13 PALAIS H 11.30 AM   ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest&nb...

Best for Fests ' ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour' : Key Interviewees Character Bios

(In alphabetical order) Darina Al-Joundi - Actor A child survivor of the Lebanese civil war, Darina turned her traumatic past into her passion. An actress, She has graced the theatres in France and appeared on hit TV shows Homeland & Tyrant. Darina was recently given her French citizenship for her roles as an advocate for women rights.   Dr Walid Alami – Cardiologist and civil activist Dr Walid returned to live in Lebanon in 2012 after spending 26 years in the USA. An outsp...

Best for Fests ' ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour' : The Key Crew Bios

Daizy Gedeon – Director, Writer, Executive Producer Daizy is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and entrepreneur. Originally her family migrated from Lebanon in 1970. She started her career as a journalist in 1983 working with several international news organisations including News Corp, The Times and MBC in London. She was the first female sports journalist on The Australian newspaper and first female soccer writer in Australia. After moving onto the Foreign Affairs desk in 1989, ...

Best for Fests Enough! Lebanon's Darkest Hour - Film Synopsis

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour   FILM SYNOPSIS - Brief   At the centre of the world one nation has lived it all. War. Exploitation. Corruption. Catastrophe. Featuring world-exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage we discover a love story the world has never known. Shot over 4 years and across 4 continents discover the heart of an invincible nation.   From Director Daizy Gedeon, beautifully filmed by award-winning Director of Photography, Justin Hanrahan A...

Best for Fests Enough! Lebanon's Darkest Hour - Daizy Gedeon Director's bio

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour BIO: DIRECTOR - DAIZY GEDEON Daizy Gedeon is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and entrepreneur. She started her career as a journalist working with several international news organisations including News Corp, The Times, Channel 4 and MBC in London. She began her writing career as a sports writer and was the first female sports journalist on The Australian newspaper and first female soccer writer in Australia which led her to the 1988 Olympic ...

Best for Fests Enough! Lebanon's Darkest Hour - Director's statement

Daizy Gedeon Filmmaker, Journalist, Entrepreneur Dream Creations International Pty Ltd Level 2, 72 Campbell Street Surry Hills, NSW, 2010, AUSTRALIA P: + 61 401 638 444   ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT - DAIZY GEDEON   I began this film in 2016 after years of watching and witnessing the growing disillusionment, frustration, degradation, and poverty among the people of Leba...


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