Trash around a small town in Lebanon mysteriously starts to slither away onto the streets, forming a monstrous, sky-scraping tower of garbage, Mother Nature’s vengeful plan to ruin whoever has ruined her Earth. Little do the frightened citizens know that they’ve brought the hurl upon themselves.
Beirut, 2019, during the revolution. On her way back from a protest, Farah, a Lebanese activist, and her French-Lebanese boyfriend Anthony, are stopped at a roadblock held by two armed militiamen who have a bone to pick with Farah.
Revolutionary Baby takes place the night before Eid Al Fitr, in a fragmented Moroccan household. Fatou, the housemaid, shares a strong nurturing bond with the eldest of the family; Inès, who suffers from an eating disorder. However, the mother, Narjisse, who is the head of the house, neglects her daughter’s illness and disapproves of Fatou’s protectiveness over her. Narjisse, who gets carried away by her jealousy towards their bond, imposes a ruthless punishment to whomever disagrees with her intolerant judgement.
The film is inspired by Van Gogh’s The Potato Eaters. Two families from the underprivileged class share one housing, the first family consists of the father, Rady, the mother, Ahlam, and their daughter. Everyone turns around the dining table, the child interrupts their conversation and attacks the potatoes and tea quickly, then we find her falling into place and showing symptoms of poisoning while everyone exchanges different looks.
A life that presents the end before its struggle is a terrifying life. Human nature defies the end, and thirsts for adventure. It makes the newborn dive into life’s struggles, and prove that survival is for those who overcome their challenges. Though, there are events that make one turn back and shut the womb they emerged from.
Najeeb is a Jordanian writer in his late fifties, indulging in his dreams, believing he is the most famous Arab writer. His relationship with his eleven-year-old son Nour, with whom he shares every decision and choice in life, represents the essence of his life as a writer and artist.
Geisha L.O.V.E. is a day in the life of a graffiti artist and her robot protector and companion set in 2155. The action takes place within the span of 24 hours in Delphipolis, a futuristic city rocked by political upheaval and economic unrest. The World Union, a conglomerate of Europeans, Arabs, and Asians, established NADA to eradicate defiant street art through ruthless robots that do not hesitate to execute graffiti artists on the spot. Geisha L.O.V.E. is a renegade graffiti artist in a dystopian world, where graffiti has become the only way to spread the word, and reclaim the city.