Lebanese film "Tannoura Maxi" by director Joe Bou Eid took part in the 8th Dubai International Film Festival, where it was screened for the first time, despite wrapping it 3 years ago. Based on true story, the film tells how the director's parents met and fell in love. The story follows a young priest near his ordination, and a haughty girl, who moved from the city to a village in the valley to escape war. Love defies the odds and conquers all even in times of war, reflecting the different aspects of Lebanese society. The film features a soundtrack by Mike Massey, as well as beautiful pictures, details, accessories and the everlasting color red, by art director Randa Seikaly. Most of the film crew was present at the festival, including: Joy Karam, Shady El Tineh and Carole Abboud. The film is a joint production between Naftaleen Company and Dubai International Film Festival, and will be released in theaters across Lebanon in 2012.
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