A young man's tragic death at Beirut's seaside causes his friends to grapple with loss and to partake in his community's rites and ceremonies, exposing the city's schisms and its society's fault lines.
Hadi Bou Ayash,
Three talented teens enter a local competition to be the next big Girl Band, thwarted at every turn, by bad luck, bad timing, bad neighbors and bad boyfriends, but aided by a crazy uncle ... See full summary »
Extraterrestrials invade Earth and a pair of middle schoolers hold the fate of the world in their hands in Aliens Ate My Homework, a delightfully comical intergalactic adventure from ... See full summary »
A horror film for children. A family of archaeologists find the fifth pendant that has been missing for centuries. Unfortunately a spirit has also been searching for this pendant. Once all ... See full summary »
Will Esperanza be able to show Tom the truth about his past, present and future? Will she be able to save all the young people in the world who suffer from depression near Christmas Time? ... See full summary »
A mother moves in with her thirty-something son, Ramzi, and his life-long friend, Tarek. This new situation precipitates a series of events and realizations that lead the two men to ... See full summary »
Umut, a super clever little boy, decides to find his mother before his tenth birthday. He discovers traces of his mother thanks to his intensive computer skills and finds a way to go to ... See full summary »
Berat Efe Parlar,
Oflu hoca is chairman of the Doganspor football club and he wants a new transfer for the club. He founds a player named Hayati and he goes to Luleburgaz for the transfer. Haspi is came out from jail at that time Haspi looks like Oflu hoca.
At a Christian youth camp, kids learn to confront their fears and not seek revenge as a solution. Two brothers separate into different houses and after a series of pranks realize they need each other. In the finale all the teams competes against each other pitting the underdogs against the stronger kids. The focus on victory and dominance over peaceful coexistence and forgiveness in the final moments of the film tends to negate the attempt at moral guidance.