Join us for the screening of "The Secret Garden" by Nour Ouayda at the Sursock Museum. The film will be followed by a Q&A with Nour Ouayda and Carine Doumit.

Date: January 30 - 7:30PM

Duration: 27min

Language: Arabic with English subtitles

This event is part of Home Works 9: A Forum on Cultural Practices.

Looking forward to seeing you! 

“The inhabitants of a city wake up one morning to find that never-before-seen trees, plants, and flowers suddenly erupted throughout the streets and in the squares. Strange and mysterious events start to take place as Camelia and Nahla investigate the origins of these new and peculiar creatures.”

Nour Ouayda is a filmmaker and film programmer. Her films experiment with various forms of fiction writing in cinema. She is a member of The Camelia Committee with Carine Doumit and Mira Adoumier and part of the editorial committee of the Montreal-based online film journal Hors Champ. Between 2018 and 2023, she was deputy director of the Metropolis Cinema Association in Beirut where she managed and developed the Cinematheque Beirut project.