Girls For Change is an initiative created, developed and executed by Beirut Film Society, in partnership with UNESCO & Forum ZFD and in collaboration with Youth Animation Platform and Mentor Arabia.
Training more than 200 vulnerable girls coming from affected areas of “The Beirut Blast” on how to use Audio Visual & Film in order to express themselves.
Beirut My Child is an initiative created, developed and ececuted by Beirut Film Society, in partnership with La Guilde and Fondation de France and in collaboration with Youth Animation Platform and Mentor Arabia.
Training more than 100 vulnerable children coming from affected areas of “The Beirut Blast” on how to use animation in order to tell stories.
This Training Program will approach adolescent girls and young women between the age of 16 and 25 years old, students and non-students, coming from the most vulnerable areas, especially the regions surrounding Beirut explosion areas.
Participants may be from different nationalities living in Beirut (Lebanese, Syrians, Palestinians & Iraqis), and aiming to learn the needed techniques, and develop the necessary practical and creative skills, in order to be able to step in the field of Audio Visual and Film.
Cinema for Peace aims to educate young filmmakers from Lebanon and the Arab world, especially in conflict regions, on how to use cinema to promote and advocate for peace.
Film Friendly Lebanon aims to first turn the cities and the villages in Lebanon into film friendly certified communities ready to host international cinema productions, second creates an online marketplace where it connects international cinema industry professionals with skilled community liaisons across the country by offering detailed data and description about film friendly certified locations, talents and crew members, industrial services related to filmmaking industry and many other services and third launch the initiative of Beirut studio city followed by applying the same model in the rural areas.