Christophe Karabache is French-Lebanese filmmaker, director of photography, actor and screenwriter. Originally from Lebanon, Karabache moved to France for his film studies at the University of Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle. During his studies he made documentaries and works of fiction. Most of his films contain marginal characters who are lost or are in the deep loneliness as well as passionate crises, conflicts, sometimes interlaced with the theme of civil war and trauma that comes with it. His work can be seen in several countries and in several festivals around the world. Karabache was part of Etna for several years. He received the Silver Palm Award at the Mexico International Film Festival in 2005 with his film, Lamia, his third feature film.
A documentary on the Lebanese experimental filmmaker Christophe Karabache by Frédérique Devaux and Michel Armager.
Pack including 8 DVDs from the collection Cinexperimentaux