Waël Noureddine

Lebanon

Born in Lebanon in 1978, Waël Noureddine is first and foremost a writer: a professional journalist and a poet. His films reveal what Pasolini calls 'civil poetry', meaning literary descriptions and criticisms of real situations. Noureddine's films focus on capturing the physical and mental scars of Middle Eastern conflicts whether they apply to buildings, occupied spaces, in gestures or the destructive behaviour of young people. Here we witness cinema that uses all the means at its disposal including realism, editing, calligraphy and musical mosaics to resist against subjugation and resignation. Noureddine's visual poems reveal a heroic conception of images: "A camera is dangerous, when capturing images, we capture them for eternity, it's a big responsibility."

http://wael-noureddine.blog.ca/

Ça sera Beau
Waël Noureddine. 2005. Lebanon, France. vo French. 30’


July Trip
Waël Noureddine. 2006. Lebanon. vo Arabic, French. s English, Spanish. 35’