Danielle Arbid1970 Age: 49 years old
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Danielle Arbid, born 26 April 1970 in Beirut, is a Lebanese film director. She left her country at the age of 17 to study literature in Paris. In 1997 she started making films. Interested in different narrative forms, her work alternates between fiction, first person documentaries and video essays; and sometimes she experiments with mixing different genres. Selected by a number of festivals in France and around the world, her films like Alone with war or On borders and the serie Living room conversations have received both critical and public acclaim as well as several awards including the golden leopard and silver leopard at the Locarno film festival as well as the Albert Londres prize and a grant from the Villa Medicis. Her two feature films In the Battlefields and A lost man have successively been selected for the Quinzaine des réalisateurs at the Cannes film festival and many others. Her work has been the focus of several retrospective screenings, notably the Bastia festival in 2006, Paris Cinéma in 2007, and the 2007 Gijon festival, and at the La Rochelle festival in 2008. Description above from the Wikipedia article Danielle Arbid, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
April 26, 1970, Beyrouth, Liban