Mashkal Khoury Home

Khoury Home, one of the biggest retail store in Lebanon, launched its latest marketing campaign to promote their latest credit payment offer: They opted for the viral marketing advertisement. A video entitled “Mashkal at Khoury Home” (Arabic translation for “Fight”) was published today, February 6th, on YouTube. The plot-line is simple and reflects the local […]

Anthony Touma

I do post about music very rarely but I often write about Lebanese talents! Anthony Touma, a young Lebanese (Born in 1992) singer, is now part of the French version of the famous TV show The Voice. On February 2nd, he impressed the Jury with his great performance of Billie Jean, Michael Jackson’s song. Anthony […]

Myriam Boulos 1

Talking about photographers, you may have already checked my posts about my two close friends who are into photography: Choucri Bechir and Patrick Boghossian. Few days ago, I met Myriam Boulos through a mutual friend and got the chance to take a look at some shots she took in the past few years. Regular readers […]

The Power Of Tires Lebanon - Video Screenshot

Lately, in Lebanon burning tires became a tradition in a country where you protests are a daily activity. Caustik.tv created a satirical campaign entitled The Power Of The Tire and here is how they describe it: “Power of the tire is a satirical piece depicting the current political and economical situation in Lebanon. It is […]

Mamnou3! Lebanese Web Series

. I already evoked the major issue of media censorship in Lebanon in the video-report I did in January 2012. On Sunday, June 25th a new Lebanese web-series released its teaser, for the first season, on YouTube and reached more than a 1,500 views in the first 24 hours. “Mamnou3!” (Forbidden in Arabic), created by […]

"Legally", he can still abuse you

UPDATE: Video showing the highlights of the demonstration available right before the end of the article. We all know that women’s right is an important issue in the Arab world and although Lebanon is considered as more “liberal” comparing to other Arab countries (as I stated in my video report about Media censorship in Lebanon), […]

Where Do We Go Now - W Hala2 La Wein Screenshot

There are a lot of really good Lebanese movies, or at least that I liked, as West Beirut, Bosta or Caramel but this one is the best I’ve seen till now! W Hala2 La Wein (In English: Where Do We Go Now / In French: Et Maintenant, On Va Ou?) directed by Nadine Labaki is […]