1. Red Chewing Gum
2000, 10 minutes
This erotic short is a love poem of sorts as one man recalls meeting another in an alley fifteen years earlier. There, alone in the alley together, they avidly watch a young street vendor chew his gum. One particular piece of gum stands out in the poet's memory because of its color.
1996, 6 minutes
By constructing new meaning out of recycled TV news footage, Zaatari creates a thought-provoking statement against violence.
1995, 7 minutes
Zaatari creates an interesting montage by mixing footage of real-life war and reel entertainment.
1995, 4 minutes
A boy begs the filmmaker to let him join a soccer game in order to appear on TV in this look at Lebanonís summertime beach boys.
1995, 11 minutes
Memories and images of childhood are reflected both on the screen and in the small mirror that a young boy plays with as a toy.
6. A Family Portrait
1995, 10 minutes
A profile of a young, modern Lebanese family who are having their family photo taken, this multi-layered work examines the differences and similarities between real life and the synthetic world of TV and film.
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