Tuesday 14 December, 19:00 to 20:30
Join us for the screening of Ninety by late filmmaker Maroun Baghdadi, presented by Nadi Lekol Nass and that was recently restored. This film features a long encounter with Lebanese author Mikhail al-Naimy about his life and work, his ideas around education, politics, the environment, etc. The film was commissioned the Lebanese governmental commission in 1978 for the anniversary of Mikhail al-Naimy's birth.
Screening is free of charge but places are limited. You can book yours here.
Nadi Lekol Nas is a 20-year-old non-profit cultural organization whose mission is to safeguard and transmit a range of cinematographic, musical and literary productions documenting Levantine artistic and cultural expressions since the 1930s onwards.
The Sursock Museum 2021-2022 Public Program is supported by the Lebanon Solidarity Fund launched by the Arab Fund for Arts and Culture – AFAC and Culture Resource (Al-Mawred Al-Thaqafy).