Nadine Labaki / Where Do We Go Now?

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Nadine Labaki / Where Do We Go Now?

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Nadine Labaki (born February 18, 1974) is a Lebanese actress and film director. She is also well known as a director in the Arabic music video industry. Labaki is usually credited for bringing artists into the scene. In 2007, Labaki co-wrote, directed, and starred in her feature-film debut, Caramel, which became an international sensation at international film festivals and went on to achieve box office success. It showcases a Beirut that most people are not familiar with. Rather than tackle political and religious issues which have plagued Lebanon, she presents a romantic comedy that deals with five Lebanese women who live in Beirut and gather at a beauty salon and deal with issues related to love, sexuality and gender issues, tradition, disappointment, and everyday ups and downs. The film garnered Labaki much acclaim both as a director and an actress, and put her on Variety's 10 Directors to Look Out for List. Her latest movie, Where Do We Go Now?, a musical comedy-drama set in an isolated village, has won the 2011 People's Choice award at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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