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Netflix Taps ‘Capernaum’ Helmer Nadine Labaki to Direct ‘The Invisibles’ (Exclusive)

The project is based on the 2018 French dramedy 'Les Invisibles.'

‘Capernaum’ Director Nadine Labaki Joins All-Star Cast for ‘Perfect Strangers’ Arabic Remake

Nadine Labaki, Mona Zaki, Adel Karam and Eyad Nassar have joined the all-star cast for an Arabic language remake of Italian hit 'Perfect Strangers' to be set during the COVID-19 pandemic.&nbsp…

‘1982’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

Nadine Labaki, director of the Oscar-nominated drama 'Capernaum,' appears in Oualid Mouaness' '1982,' an oblique look at the start of Israel's invasion of Lebanon set in a posh Beirut private school.

What the $50 Million Success of ‘Capernaum’ in China Means for Arab Cinema

How the success of Nadine Labaki's 'Capernaum' in China, where it has earned $54 million, could impact Arabic filmmakers.

‘Capernaum’ Director Nadine Labaki Celebrates $40M+ Chinese Box Office: “It’s a Big Surprise”

The Lebanese arthouse hit is now the most successful Middle East film of all time thanks to its incredible performance in China.

Cannes: Nadine Labaki Named Un Certain Regard Jury President

Lebanese director and actress Nadine Labaki will head up this year's jury of the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival.

Oscars: ‘Capernaum’ Lands Lebanon Back-to-Back Foreign-Language Nominations

The Oscar nomination of Nadine Labaki's drama 'Capernaum' in the best foreign-language film category gives the country back-to-back nominations following Ziad Doueiri's 'The Insult' in 2018.

‘Capernaum’ Director Wants Her Immigration Drama to Spark Debate

Lebanese helmer Nadine Labaki's timely Oscar contender 'Capernaum' centers on a 12-year-old street kid who, after a lifetime of abuse and neglect by his parents, decides to sue them for giving him…

Director Nadine Labaki Shows How to Balance Style and Substance on the Red Carpet

Director Nadine Labaki, whose film 'Capernaum' is a contender in the foreign-language Oscar race, shows how to balance style and substance during awards season on the red carpet.

‘Capharnaum’: Film Review | Cannes 2018

Actor-director Nadine Labaki explores the poorest slums of Lebanon through the eyes of a child in Cannes competition entry 'Capharnaum.'

Cannes Market Heats Up at the Midpoint

One of the most significant developments was Netflix's muted presence.