About LFF 2016
The Lebanese Film Festival was created in 2001 by Pierre Sarraf and Nadim Tabet to help Lebanese filmmakers showcase their films, meet with their audience and acquire basic financial support for their future projects.
The LFF plays the role of a platform that enables directors to meet with producers, industry professionals, special foreign guests, the media and the public. During the festival, filmmakers, industry professionals and movie-lovers will be united by the same desire: to promote the Lebanese cinematic arts, to foster international exchange, and to encourage production initiatives in Lebanon.
This year, the festival carries on with its four prizes: best fiction, best documentary, best first film and best experimental film.
Awards for film in the Official Selection
Best First Film
Best Experimental film
The 2016 Program
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