tramontane


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33) On the premiss that distance (and time in this context is often caught up mythically in space) swallows all but essential traits, writers found in the tramontane a way of cutting through parochial manners, and of brushing aside the delicacy skirting issues such as male aggression or the sexual desires of women.
Following its premiere in Critics' Week at the CannesFilm Festival critically acclaimed director Vatche Boulghourjian brings his Lebanese drama Tramontane, starring Barakat Jabbour, Julia Kassar and supported by Enjaaz from Dubai Film Market.
The main wind regime into the Gulf of Lion is associated with the tramontane and mistral strong northwesterly winds that blow through the Garonne and Rhone valleys driven by large-scale pressure patterns.
And with such a small domestic market that even the most successful theatrical releases have difficulty breaking even ( see finance story ), securing distribution in France, for instance -- a country with a long history of co-producing with Lebanese cinema -- is on the minds of local independent production houses such as Abbout Productions, which was one of the producers of Tramontane, the feature film that competed in Cannes as part of the International Critics' Week, more commonly known as La Semaine de la Critique.
Tramontane (Lebanon, France, UAE, Qatar) by Vatche Boulghourjian and Diamond Island (Cambodia, France, Germany, Qatar) by Davy Chou.