Antoine Khalife

  • Antoine Khalife
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Film director, Artistic director, Producer, Consultant, Associate producer
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Lebanese Consultant, Film Producer., Director

Antoine KHALIFE is a Film Director, Cultural Manager, Festivals Consultant and Film Producer.

Antoine Khalife is a "Special advisor" at the Cairo-based broadcasting corporation ART, and is the associate producer of many films and co-productions between Lebanon, Egypt and France such as "Capharnaum", "Where do we go now" by Nadine Labaki, "All this Victory" by Ahmad Ghossein, "Beirut Hold'em" by Michel Kammoun, "By Chance" by Bassem Christo, "State of Agitation" by Elie Khalife, "Mahbas" by Sophie Boutros.
In addition to his work with ART, Antoine contributed to the success of the Dubai Film Festival and the Dubai Film Connection (DFC), which is a feature and documentary co-production market, launched in 2007. DFC's aim was to put Arab filmmakers in the spotlight as well as support and stimulate the growth of film production in the Middle East.
Khalife is also an advisor to many festivals, such as Beirut Cinema Days, the Rotterdam International Film Festival in Holland and the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada.
Antoine just joined the team of the Red Sea International Film Festival which will take place in Jeddah in March 2020, as the director of the Arab Program at this new festival.


Our Sources / Nos Sources :
- www.maffswe.com/state-of-agitation/
- www.lorientlejour.com/article/1216251/antoine-khalife-le-cinema-ma-donne-des-ailes.html

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