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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 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 Competition
Director: Dhafer Labidnie

Habib and his 15 year old son Ahmed from his previous marriage, are brought together by Habib’s worsening state of health. Habib’s political past during the dictatorship in Tunisia is dangerously affecting his present. The roles are reversed, Ahmed has to protect his father and try to keep him safe. Habib and Ahmed find themselves in a chaotic position that neither is prepared for.

Daughters Of Abdul-Rahman
Jordan | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | International Competition
Director: Zaid Abu Hamdan

Years after escaping a dictated life, four estranged and offbeat sisters are forced to come together to find their suddenly-missing father. In their secret searching journey, secrets are revealed and more question marks are raised.

Seven Dogs (Siete Perros)
Argentina | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | International Competition
Director: Rodrigo Guerrero

Ernesto lives with his seven dogs in his small apartment, and tries to overcome his life’s difficulties and health problems, while neighbors try to get him to get rid of his dogs because of the inconvenience they cause, only to find himself forced to find a solution to this crisis.


KSA | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition (Opening film, Out of Competition)
Director: Sara Mesfer, Fatima Al Banawi, Jawaher Alamri, Hind Al Fahhad, Noor Alameer
Five shorts come together under an ‘Untitled Omnibus feature’, led by five Saudi women directors. The tone of the Omnibus feature will be brought together under a unified vision to realise nuanced reflections on women-centered narratives.

Diary of Gabrielle Street

Palestine | Documentary | World Premiere | 2021 | Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition
Director: Rashid Masharawi

When the French authorities closed their borders, landed their planes, confined their citizens to their homes, spreading the police on the streets. I was in Paris. Without any planning, the memory coming from Palestine began to flow and merge with the diaries I live here, and the virus began to awaken other viruses, which made me spontaneously, as a Palestinian citizen, besieged in the most beautiful Parisian neighbourhood (Montmartre), busy documenting aspects of diaries and memories in a period of time that changed the face of the scientist.

A Second Life
Tunisia | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition
Director: Aniss Lassoued

Gadeha (12) happens one day to be the victim of a car accident. He undergoes surgery. Penniless, his mother, Borkana, is helped by Malika and Moez, a benevolent couple that offers to pay for the hospital fees and provides the destitute family with a roof. Gadeha meets Oussama, Malika and Moez’s child (11) who is recovering from a kidney transplant. A strong friendship is made between the two boys. But Gadeha finds out haphazardly the secret of his family’s new standard of living. He is devastated.

From Cairo
Egypt | Documentary | World Premiere | 2021 | Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition
Director: Hala Gala
Heba and Aya are two young women who are leading a single life in Cairo. We follow these two women as they make difficult choices and face their fears in the tough city of Cairo.

Collapsed Walls
Morocco | Fiction | World Premiere | 2021 | Horizons of Arab Cinema Competition
Director: Hakim Bilabbas

An old woman sits in the middle of an almost destroyed movie theatre, as a lone spectator, she is absorbed in dozens of thoughts, feelings, and moving images on the memory screen.

Nile Crocodile
Egypt | Documentary | World Premiere | 2021 | Special Screening
Director: Nabil Shazli

The film follows several stages in the life of the world-class Egyptian swimmer, Abdel Latif Abu Heif, on both athletic and humanitarian levels.

Daughters (TÖCHTER)
Germany, Italy, Greece | Fiction | International Premiere | 2021 | International Competition
Director: Nana Neul

Martha and Betty have known each other for twenty years and they have decided to breakthrough. But while Martha realizes that her father has only faked his death wish in order to see the great love of his life again on Lake Maggiore, Betty mourns her stepfather Ernesto, who supposedly died years ago.
What began as a day trip to Switzerland turns this way into a road trip through half of Europe.

Pack of Sheep (Ageli Provaton)
Greece, Albania, Serbia | Fiction | International Premiere | 2021 | International Panorama
Director: Dimitris Kanellopoulos

Thanasis can’t pay off his debt to Stelios. When he finds out that Apostolis is in the same position, he asks him to join him to make a better deal with Stelios. While Thanasis tries to put more players in the game, two young gangsters arrive in town to push over the debtors.

The festival will hold its 43rd edition, while ensuring that all the necessary safety precautions are taken and following guidelines from the Egyptian government and the World Health Organization to ensure safety for all, including the Festival’s team, participating filmmakers, and the audience.

Cairo International Film Festival (CIFF) is one of the oldest cultural events in Africa and the Middle East, and is the only festival in Africa and the Middle East to be accorded category “A” status by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF) in Paris.


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