Twice Upon a Time – 35 Hours To Go

To all my followers on this blog:

We have 35 Hours left to complete our crowd funding campaign for Twice Upon a Time, my feature documentary.

Your help to support the post production process of this film is needed. You may help us by contributing and by sharing and spreading the word about our campaign during these last hours to people who would want to see this film get made.

Thank you!

Twice Upon a Time – The Documentary

Our IndieGogo Crowdfunding Campaign

To all readers and followers of this blog:

Yesterday, I launched a crowdfunding campaign for a documentary film I have been working on for the past three years.

I urge you to check the campaign out, donate if you can, but please please please SHARE it with as many people as you can, write about it, and help us put the word out!

Here is the link to the campaign:

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/twice-upon-a-time-a-documentary

Thank you!

Hello world Few days ago I watched a…

Hello, world!
Few days ago I watched a documentary film by Carole Mansour “All for the Nation” (Kollona lil Watan), which happens to be the title of the Lebanese National Anthem.
The documentary is about the plight of Lebanese women to give their kids and non-Lebanese spouses the Lebanese nationality.
It was really sad (& funny honestly) to see people struggling to get the Lebanese nationality. I mean, no kidding? You want the Lebanese passport? Para que? You want to fight for a passport go fight for a “respectable” one. No offense to those proud Lebanese passport holders. I have a Lebanese passport and truth is I am not proud of it. The truth sucks most of the time though. And I should be happy because at least I have a passport unlike some other people who don’t. Of course. I am grateful for having a passport. I am just not so proud of it and that’s totally my right.