ELsa Hosk in AMFAR GALA 2019 IN CANNES

Bella Hadid at 69th Cannes Film Festival

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Bella Hadid stuns in Red on the red carpet for the Premiere of La Fille Inconnue in Cannes

Waves ’98 trailer

WAVES’98 Trailer from Beaverandbeaver on Vimeo.

15′ minutes Directed by Ely Dagher

The short film premieres between 13-24 May in Cannes.

Waves ’98 is as much a narrative film as it is a personal visual essay dedicated to Dagher’s hometown, Beirut.
The film is an artistic exploration of the director’s current relation with his Lebanon, his home country, projected through the story of a teenager and set in 1998. Since moving abroad to study and work, Ely Dagher has been spending more and more time outside of Lebanon, and his attachment to Beirut Started to become more and more complicated. The overall Narrative of the film is heavily based on Ely’s efforts to understand his changing relationship with the city and it’s life, juxtaposed with the narrative of a teenager’s exciting discovery of this segregated city.