List of popular movies from Lebanon, listed by popularity with movie trailers when available. All prominent movies shot in Lebanon are included. This list of famous films made in Lebanon includes additional information about the movies, such as who directed them and what genre they are. Any top rated movies made in Lebanon should appear on this list, with the most well-known ones at the top. The most popular cinema of Lebanon is included below, so if you see a movie that's missing then it probably isn't very well-known.Mohammad, Messenger of God and Caramel are included on this list. This list answers the questions What movies were shot in Lebanon?"
- American Radical: The Trials of Norman Finkelstein is a 2009 documentary film about the life of the American academic Norman Finkelstein, directed and produced by David Ridgen and Nicolas Rossier.... more
- 12 Angry Lebanese: The Documentary is a 2009 film written and directed by Zeina Daccache....
Directed by: Fouad AlaywanAsfouri is a 2012 drama film written and directed by Fouad Alaywan....
Directed by: Michel KammounFalafel is a 2006 Lebanese film written and directed by Michel Kammoun. It world premiered on September 16, 2006 at the Ayam Beirut Festival. Falafel is Kammoun's first feature film.... more
Directed by: Jocelyne SaabDunia is a 2005 film.... more
Directed by: Ziad DoueiriLebanese writer Ziad Doueiri made his directorial debut with this French-Lebanese-Belgian-Norwegian co-production, an autobiographical drama with Arabic and French dialogue. In 1975, after... more
- Alger-Beyrouth: Pour mémoire (English: Algiers-Beirut: A Souvenir) is a 1998 film written and directed by Merzak Allouache....
Directed by: Ghassan SalhabLe dernier homme is a 2006 Lebanese film by the Lebanese director Ghassan Salhab.... more
- Saat el Fahrir Dakkat, Barra ya Isti Mar is a 1974 documentary film directed by Heiny Srour....
- The One Man Village is a 2009 documentary film directed by Simon El Habre....
Directed by: Lara SabaBlind Intersections is a 2012 Lebanese drama film directed by Lara Saba. The film was selected as the Lebanese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards, but it was not... more
Directed by: Ghassan SalhabPhantom Beirut is a 1998 Lebanese film by the Lebanese director Ghassan salhab.... more
- I Can't Go Home is a 2007 Lebanese film and the third film directed by Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige. This film was selected in the Atelier of the Cinefondation at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival... more
- Hostage of Time is a film from Lebanon by Jean K. Chamoun. The narrative focuses on the experiences of a young female doctor who returns to her village in south Lebanon to find the area affected by... more
Directed by: Georges NasserThe Small Stranger is a 1962 film directed by Georges Nasser....
Directed by: Randa Chahal SabagIn director Randa Chahal Sabbag's fairytale for troubled times, sixteen-year old Lamia must cross a border checkpoint between Lebanon and Israel to marry a man she has never met. Neither she nor her... more
Directed by: Laila Hotait SalasCrayons of Askalan is a 2011 documentary, animation, biography film written by Laila Hotait Salas and Tetra Balestri and directed by Laila Hotait Salas....
Directed by: Fares KhalilAmour d'Enfants a film by Lebanese director Fares Khalil, is a 2008 Lebanese film. It is a romantic comedy dealing with Lebanese social issues.... more
- Embers is a 2012 documentary film directed by Tamara Stepanyan....
Directed by: Vatche BoulghourjianThe Fifth Column, is a Lebanese–American short film, directed by Vatche Boulghourjian. It competed in the 2010 Cannes Film Festival where it was awarded 3rd Prize by the Cinéfondation, La Sélection.... more
Directed by: Mohammad MalasThe Night or Al-Lail is a Syrian feature drama film by director Mohamed Malas. The film is set in Quneitra and is about the Arab-Israeli conflict. In 1993 it became the first Syrian feature to be... more
- "By focusing on the popular women's talk show Kalam Nawaem (Sweet Talk or Women Talk), this lively documentary explores how Arab satellite TV influences lifestyles and public opinion in the Middle...
Directed by: Philippe AractingiBosta is a 2005 Lebanese film by the director Philippe Aractingi. Bosta is a story of young Lebanese artists who meet again, after being separated, and tour different cities of Lebanon in an old bus,... more
- Gate #5 is a 2011 documentary film written and directed by Simon El Habre....