In The Bleach, “The Great Lebanon” addresses a manifesto to her people. Guided by her voice, we confront visual metaphors for the unsettling cogs of injustice that spin within the wheels of corruption. Bitterly, she speaks of repression and urges for an emancipatory outcry.
“To those who drove away in the sea, to those who laid beneath the rubble, to those who still stand.” #Beirut_Blast, August 4th, 2020”
Corine Colors is a Lebanese film director. She studied Stage Directing at Saint-Joseph-University in Beirut and Film Directing at Raindance Film School in London. She has created one play, three short films and is working on her debut feature film. This autumn, she will be launching her “artistic-revolution” campaign.