Commissioned by the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism, We spent 5 summer months filming Lebanon from Above, including its rural, urban, cultural touristic and historical location, as well as the amazing number of festivals. The idea was to show Lebanon's beauty, diversity and wealth from another angle (above), in order to encourage and promote international and domestic tourism. My main personal goal is to remind us all that Lebanon is not all about problems, political turmoil, trash...etc but is first and foremost a country that has so much to offer on such a small portion of land, and it still, in spite of everything, truly beautiful. Maybe by seeing this video, people who lost sight of what Lebanon truly is, will have newfound optimism and strength to participate in steering the country in the right direction, to understand that it is their country to love and protect.
Tripoli Lebanon told by its inhabitants with love and tenderness. The sens of belonging to a place where Authenticity, Simplicity, Kindness and Warmness are the master words repeated constantly by all
Watch and enjoy one of the most beautiful videos I've done to date... a city I fell in Love with, Tripoli, city of lights, life, food and oriental sweets. copyright : NoGarlic NoOnions
Live Love Tripoli
الرابطة الثقافية منارة الثقافة في طرابلس - لبنان
Report about Tripoli by RT reporter Mohammad Hasan
In April 2015, the ICRC and the Lebanese Red Cross organized a special photo exhibition to mark the 40th anniversary of the start of the civil war in Lebanon. The exhibition featured photographs from the Red Cross archives and from Lebanese photographers. The images and testimonies of people affected by conflict, photographers, LRC volunteers and ICRC delegates illustrated many of the humanitarian issues
Beirut Duty Free Rocks Airport with Dabke Dance
Lebanese Army Operate - أوبريت - جيش لبنان
The Lebanese Cuisine is a cuisine of the nature. Its colors reflect the richness of sunny landscapes and its diversity reflects the goodness and the hospitality of the Lebanese people.
Beirut and Baalbek, 1930
Lebanon / Beirut in the 1960's - Harold Baim
This documentary intends to open the eyes of the Lebanese youth to the real problems in their society. it gathers 45 carefully selected Lebanese figures who start by showing how beautiful Lebanon is and how terribly ugly we have made it.