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Our Queer Lens program returns for another year, featuring the newest work by Sélim Mourad alongside three short films. Mourad's Moss Agate uses a unique styles to create a self described "ode to life, an exploration of death and rebirth, a poem about cinema" while the accompanying films explore the different relationships between queer people and their families.

Carole, a fifty-year-old woman is battling dementia. Her son, Elio, left everything in order to take care of her. Together, they will relive some of the moments that shaped their family.

About the Filmmaker

Born in Beirut in 1998, Nadim Khoury finished his filmmaking studies in spring 2021. He is eager to showcase his talents and cultivate his skills as a filmmaker. 

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    23 minutes
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  • Director
    Nadim El Khoury
  • Screenwriter
    Nadim El Khoury
  • Producer
    Nadim El Khoury
  • Cast
    Shadi Rabahi, Bernadette Houdeib