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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nadine Labaki. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nadine Labaki, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Nadine Labaki. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Nadine Labaki, often where they are interviewed.

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S2E1: Nadine Labaki: Filmmaker & Actress

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Nadine chats with us about how her love for film began, the years of preparation and work for her 2018 film Capernaum, and her journey to becoming the first Lebanese woman in history to be nominated for an Academy Award. 

Note: The first airing of this episode mistakenly claimed Nadine was the first Arab woman to be nominated for an Academy Award. That distinction goes to Jehane Noujaim, another brilliant director.

This episode was produced by Dana Ballout and Tamara Rasamny, with editorial support by Hebah Fisher and Alex Atack. Sound design by Mohamad Khreizat, and fact-checking by Zeina Dowidar. Original sting composed by Ramzi Bashour. al empire is a Kerning Cultures Network production. Search ‘Kerning Cultures Network’ to hear other podcasts like this one, and follow @kerningcultures on Instagram to stay in touch!

Support this podcast on patreon.com/kerningcultures for as little as $1 a month.

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Oct 29 2020 · 36mins
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An Honest Conversation with Nadine Labaki - Part Two

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In the second episode of the LevantX Podcast, Alan continues his conversation with Nadine as they push further in their discussion surrounding the importance of art, good storytelling, and the representation of Arab Voices in the film industry.
What makes this conversation resonate is that it occured on August 4th, 2020... 15 minutes before the Beirut Port blast.
You can follow LevantX on Instagram: @levant_x
You can follow Alan on Instagram: @alan.mehanna
You can follow Nadine Labaki on Instagram: @NadineLabaki
Oct 08 2020 · 20mins

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An Honest Conversation with Nadine Labaki - Part One

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In the first episode of The LevantX Podcast, cultural host Alan Mehanna, sits down to chat with Academy Award Nominee and UN Ambassador Nadine Labaki about the importance of art, good storytelling, and the representation of Arab Voices in the film industry.
What makes this conversation resonate is that it occured on August 4th, 2020... 15 minutes before the Beirut Port blast.
You can follow LevantX on Instagram: @levant_x
You can follow Alan on Instagram: @alan.mehanna
You can follow Nadine Labaki on Instagram: @NadineLabaki
Sep 25 2020 · 23mins
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Filmmaker and Activist Nadine Labaki: Resilience and Revolution in Lebanon

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Can you manifest resilience? For Oscar-nominated filmmaker Nadine Labaki (Capernaum), the answer lies in finding joy and humor wherever you can—and being able to improvise. She talks with Melissa Biggs Bradley about the beautiful contradictions of her home country of Lebanon, how her passion for justice has played out in her films, and why she is very hopeful about the future—and the positives that will come out of the COVID crisis.

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Jul 15 2020 · 37mins

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EP07 - Capharnaüm (Nadine Labaki)

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Un enfant de 12 ans poursuit ses parents en justice pour lui avoir donné la vie. Hé oui, c'est la prémisse de "Capharnaüm" de Nadine Labaki célébré à Cannes en 2018 avec le Prix du Jury et récipiendaire du trophée du Meilleur film en langue étrangère aux Oscars, Golden Globes, ainsi qu'aux Césars. C'est un changement de ton radical pour l'actrice/réalisatrice libanaise qui flirtait plutôt avec la comédie romantique et dramatique auparavant (Caramel & Et maintenant on va où) puisqu'elle nous offre une réalisation plus authentique et moins soignée dans ce drame qui a des allures de documentaire. Témoignant de la dure réalité des familles pauvres à Beyrouth, ce film poignant risque de vous tirer une larme, mais le courage et la résilience du protagoniste principal vous donnera fort probablement une lueur d'espoir. Une œuvre complète et remarquable sur laquelle on se penche dans cet épisode.

Jun 22 2020 · 44mins
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“E ora dove andiamo?” di Nadine Labaki

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“E ora dove andiamo” è un film leggero che ricorda molto pellicole come “Svegliati Ned”, stavolta, però, ambientate in Libano all’alba della guerra civile. Pellicola molto interessante e firmata da Nadine Labaki, una delle più grandi registe arabe del momento.
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May 15 2020 · 9mins
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“Cafarnao” di Nadine Labaki

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Cafarnao è l’ultimo incredibile opera di Nadine Labaki che permetterà allo spettatore d’immergersi nell’assurda normalità della periferia di Beirut. Un film da vedere assolutamente tanto sottili e profondi i temi ed i significati che vi ruotano dietro
Seguici anche su fb, ig e sul nostro sito https://mediorientedintorni.com/ , ogni giorno, il meglio della cultura di Medio Oriente e Mondo islamico. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mediorientedintorni?fan_landing=true
May 06 2020 · 11mins
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Nadine Labaki ve filmleri

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karamel | peki şimdi nereye | kefernahum
Apr 05 2020 · 40mins
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Mastercard Masterclass – SEE LIFE THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS – Brian De Palma, Rossy De Palma, Valeria Golino and Nadine Labaki #Venezia76

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PODCAST | Masterclass SEE LIFE THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS, with Brian De Palma, Rossy De Palma, Valeria Golino and Nadine Labaki. Hosted by Mastercard.

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Mastercard, official sponsor of the Venice International Film Festival for the third year in a row, is pleased to unveil an exclusive event to ignite a unique discussion among four of the most influential and inspirational figures in contemporary cinema. The talents attending the 2019 Mastercard masterclass have significant and noteworthy backgrounds: from movie direction to acting, from screenwriting to movie production, and a wide variety of cinematic experiences, which enable them to share insights and views that can innovate and break the rules. The discussion will be an opportunity to explore the influences behind their success and see from their perspective how their careers and messages can be an inspiration for the future generations of filmmakers and cinema lovers, while leaving a lasting legacy to stimulate people’s creativity for years to come.

The 2019 Mastercard conversation will feature: acclaimed American filmmaker Brian De Palma, who directed unforgettable milestones of modern cinema such as Carrie, Scarface, TheUntouchablesCarlito’s Way, Mission Impossible, awarded a Silver Lion in Venice in 2007 and a Silver Bear in Berlin in 1969; celebrated Spanish actor and fashion icon Rossy De Palma, Pedro Almodovar’s muse, who fuses together cinema, fashion and visual arts; Valeria Golino, one of the most compelling actors in Italian cinema, producer, writer and  director of two feature films, Miele and Euforia; brilliant Lebanese film director, writer and actor Nadine Labaki, the first female Arab filmmaker ever to receive a major prize at Cannes (2018 Jury Prize) and to be nominated for a BAFTA, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award (Best Foreign Language Film) for her moving refugee drama Capharnaüm.

Brian De Palma is one of the masters of contemporary cinema, the mind behind extraordinary Hollywood box-office hits, who introduced an unconventional perspective on female characters, in horror, drama and spy story genre films. From Carrie, the horror movie that earned Sissy Spacek an Academy Award nomination, to gangster movie milestones as Scarface, The Untouchables and Carlito’s Way, and unforgettable action movies, such as the first installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise, he developed iconic feature films that are nowadays considered as eternal classics. A leading member of the New Hollywood generation of film directors, De Palma’s filmography has become a powerful and endless source of inspiration for young filmmakers around the world.

Rossy De Palma’s artistic career spans over 30 years and is indissolubly tied to Spanish director Pedro Almodovar, who discovered her at a café in Madrid in 1986. Since then, she became one of his iconic muses and acted in several of his films – starting from her on-screen debut in La ley del deseo – earning two Goya nominations for her performances. Besides her acting career, she started singing and modeling for noted fashion designers, such as Jean-Paul Gaultier. Rossy is a unique and energetic artist, who in the last three decades has been working in fashion, visual art and television, fusing these artistic experiences with her strong female personality. In 2015, she served as member of the official jury in Cannes.

Valeria Golino has made a name for herself not only in Italy, her native land, but also among international audiences. She has been acting since the early 80s and featured in almost one hundred films such as Rain ManFour RoomsEscape from L.A., Leaving Las Vegas, Respiro, Il capitale umano to name a few, collecting several prizes, including two Coppa Volpi Awards for Best Actress at Venice. Golino also wrote and directed two feature films, Miele (2013) and Euforia (2018) – both presented in Cannes (Un Certain Regard) – in which she powerfully investigated the female perspective with her peculiar directorial gaze. In 2016, she served as member of the official jury in Cannes.

Nadine Labaki’s career as an actor, writer and director has always focused on the female condition. Her first feature film Caramel, a joyous and rebellious ode to female complicity with which she debuted in Cannes in 2007, became the most successful Lebanese film export of all time. She kept on exploring a world inhabited by complex, multifaceted women and was back in Cannes in 2011 with her sophomore film Et maintenant on va où?, and in 2018 with Capharnaüm, a poignant manifesto on damaged childhood, refugees and the cracks in a society that turns its back on humanity, which earned her several awards and nominations. In 2015, she served as member of the Un Certain Regard jury, which she headed it in 2019.

MASTERCARD AND CINEMA – An opportunity to “see life through a different lens”: Through its partnership with great experiences and events around the world, including the Venice International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival and the Berlinale, and its own legacy of iconic brand storytelling with the evolution of Priceless, Mastercard is working to launch a movement where art, business, society and people can come together and explore a more inclusive and innovative future. With its state-of-the-art expertise in technology, surveys and creativity, Mastercard’s commitment to cinema makes perfect “sense and sensibility”.Through the creation of a series of events, Mastercard is focused on continuing to create priceless experiences, moments and surprises for its partners and cardholders, and helping people to experience their passions in new and exciting ways, in turn starting something priceless for themselves. This year, on the occasion of the Venice Film Festival, Mastercard is also starting a unique and unprecedented campaign designed to inspire the next generation of filmmakers. The campaign will be presented in all relevant locations of the Venice Festival. Among the protagonists of the campaign, will be top female cinema makers including Robin Wright, Nadine Labaki, Rungano Nyoni offering their unique point of view about the power of cinema to ignite change.

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Sep 21 2019 · 1hr 36mins
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Nadine Labaki on crafting the Oscar-nominated Capernaum

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Dubai-based film critic William Mullally is joined by Nadine Labaki, director of Capernaum, to talk how she tried hypnotism in order to edit the film down from 12 hours, meeting Steven Spielberg, and the whether she wants Hollywood to be her next step. Butheina Kazim, founder of Cinema Akil, Dubai's first arthouse cinema, joins to discuss the film, the landscape for Arab cinema, and why some Arab films are embraced worldwide when others are not. 

Capernaum review with Butheina Kazim: 01:50

Interview with Nadine Labaki: 57:56

Apr 08 2019 · 1hr 36mins
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