A documentary on the Lebanese experimental filmmaker Christophe Karabache by Frédérique Devaux and Michel Armager.
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Christophe Karabache is an independent French-Lebanese filmmaker born in Beirut in 1979. In 2000, he began exploring various film formats at l'Etna, an alternative workshop in Paris. He shifts between documentary and fiction formats, bringing to mind the wounds of Lebanese society, displaced beings, the fragmentation of identity. Pulsating scenes and jolting cuts demonstrate his desire to destroy cliches. The shock of the imagery in his feature-length films, made after 2010, bears witness to a penetrating critical eye on Lebanon's cultural shifts and the rupture of meaning.
Frédérique Devaux & Michel Amarger
Image/Sound: Frédéric Tabet
Editing: Frédérique Devaux
+ 1 film by Karabache
2007 – film/video
Color–Sound – 45min
|Author(s)||Frédérique Devaux, Michel Armager, Christophe Karabache|
|Format||DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region 0|
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