If your level of understanding of Arab politics is so meager that Vogue has commissioned pieces on geopolitics from you, it may be time to bone up a bit on what’s happening on the other side of the world. We’re dropping in on the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s New Arab Cinema festival, featuring films from Palestine, Egypt and Jordan, among other nations. Today brings a screening of Every Day Is a Holiday, about three women’s journey through the Lebanese mountains in order to meet with their imprisoned husbands. (In terms of cheeriness, it’s not exactly Hope Springs!)
Walter Reade Theater, 165 West 65th Street, Every Day is a Holiday screens today at 4:15pm, tickets and information can be found at filmlinc.com.
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