Lama Sheftak (When I Saw You), this year’s opening film at the Arab Film Festival, is an engaging and nostalgic film that is anchored by an endearing message and a steady vision. […]
Mostafa is a law and communications student who is passionate about cinema, traditional Islam, and charcoal chicken. Unlike most people in the Lebanese community, he does not have a sprawling family, nor does he own a pair of trackies. He is obsessed with halawet el jibn and funny cat videos.
I can’t imagine a world without manaqish. That is how incredibly important I find their existence. Manaqish (plural of manoush) are a round pizza-like dish invented by the Levantine. It usually consists […]
Dear Mr Hoffman, I woke up on Monday morning to the news that you had passed away due to a drug overdose in New York. There have even been reports to suggest […]
A new comedy show premiered on Australian television this week, but not everybody’s laughing. Mostafa Rachwani writes about why Legally Brown is not his cup of chai. Although it’s been lauded as […]