Our host Carla Younes and image and fashion consultant Maya el-Tal were chatting a couple of minutes before we go on air. We couldn’t help but share this picture with you.
On today’s episode not only did we have one main guest, but three. Director Badih Abi Chakra and performers Mira Sidawi and Bassam Abou Diab were our main guests. They introduced us to Badih Abi Charkra’s upcoming theater play at Monnot Theater, Systematical, taking place on 1, 2, 3 and 8, 9, 10 of June at 7:30 pm. The play reflects a relationship between a young man, representing a street in Beirut, and a young women, representing a parallel street. The relationship has no structure, but only love, passion and sex.
Life coach Samir Zehil joined us and discussed “The poison of unfinished things”.
During our weekly image consultancy segment, image and fashion consultant Maya el-Tal showed us her picks of best dressed celebrities at the 65th Cannes Film Festival. Here are our top three looks. Which one do you like best – Milla Jovovich in Prada or Nicole Kidman in Lanvin or Heidi Klum in Marchesa?
Style blogger and founder and editor-in-chief of www.larmoiredelana.com, Lana El-Sahely joined us. She introduced us to the concept of her blog and the main 13 categories. L’Armoire de Lana is a “peephole into a beautiful yet eccentrically fashionable closet for you to discover through daily posts. L’Armoire De Lana will try to bring a little bit of new to your closets and help you stay in touch with le monde de la mode.”
How many of you are working mothers? Psychologist Joanna Imad discussed the working mother and how it affects her children.
Sights and Sounds of Guinea event organizer Sahar Khatib and Ahmad Khoja, who introduced Sahar to this music joined us and played for around a minute on the djembe. The event will be held at Zico House from June 7 till the 14th. The event consists of a photo exhibition portraying , a short documentary, live music by Jebe Bara, and Guinean Cuisine by Firas Abi Ghanem. Check their Facebook Event page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/361461187243667
Naji Fakhoury and Chantal Sayyde introduced us to the charity fundraising event Fourth National Festival. Charity Mission is a secular movement that has an interdenominational dimension. Their main purpose is to contribute to a bright and healthy society by upbringing generations spiritually, psychologically, socially and educationally.
“35mm From Beirut is your best source of information about Lebanese cinema.” said Marylin Zakhour and Nasri Atallah. The project, « 35mm from Beirut », was launched at the Cannes Film Festival in 2009 in the shape of a professional guide location guide, in the form of a USB key and a website to promote the country’s image as a land of cinema, and was very well received by the press and foreign professionals.
Hope you enjoyed today’s episode
Helwi El Hayet
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