Lebanese Revolution Documentary

The documentary follows the current revolution that is unfolding in Tripoli, Lebanon. The documentary depicts the emotions of those involved in the demonstrations and the impact of the difficulties placed on the public as the crisis evolves. Many people from all walks of life and in different age-ranges speak up about how the revolution has affected their lives. It is a whirlwind of emotions from devastating imagery of violence to united protesters standing together in hopes of a better tomorrow for Lebanon.

  • Mohamad Radwan
    Director
  • Mohamad Radwan
    Writer
  • Mohamad Radwan
    Producer
  • various
    Key Cast
  • Batool Jacob
    Post production
  • Mohamad Radwan
    Color grading
  • Kdj Obeid
    Subtitle
  • Ma tdali khayfe - Firas Jubrane
    Music
  • National anthem - Moe Zein
    Music
  • Mohamad Radwan
    Cinematography
  • Bilal Laila
    Cinematography
  • MTV Lebanon
    TV Archive
  • AL Jadeed
    TV Archive
  • Al Arabi
    TV Archive
  • Al Hadath
    TV Archive
  • Al Ghad
    TV Archive
  • France 24
    TV Archive
  • Project Type:
    Documentary
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 41 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    December 30, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    300 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Lebanon
  • Country of Filming:
    Lebanon
  • Language:
    Arabic
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    2:21
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Mohamad Radwan

Mohamad Radwan is a Lebanese film director who has worked in Lebanon and Turkey on different film projects and commercials as a cinematographer and director. Though his career as a director which has recently started, Mohamad Radwan is an experienced cinematographer and photographer who became drawn towards directing as a result of being inspired by the camera as a tool of telling stories and immortalizing moments.

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Director Statement

As a Lebanese director, I felt it was my duty to stop everything and travel back to my home country to witness and immortalize the current state of resistance and revolution as it is still developing. This documentary is the most important work of my career as a filmmaker as it truly depicts the people of my homeland in a light that is both upsetting as well as their resilience in the face of adversity an their strength in the face of oppression.