Do You Love Me

Institute History

  • 2021 Sundance Documentary Film Grant


Do You Love Me, named after the Bendaly Family song (1978), is an archive-based documentary about the history of Lebanon and its generations since the years preceding the civil war (1960’s–70’s) until now. Through the country’s musical, cinematic, and journalistic archives, the film tells the story of a society’s struggles and dreams, and what shapes them as people today.


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