Today, on June the 30th, Lebanese director Nadine Labaki and husband, music producer Khaled Mouzanar, are scheduled to make a debut on Netflix with a new series entitled 'Homemade.'
The platform described Homemade as: "acclaimed filmmakers from around the world channel their creativity during COVID-19 isolation with this diverse, genre-spanning collection of short films."
Nadine and Khaled's short movie is considered to be very personal, telling the story of how their two children Walid and Mayroun lived during lockdown, and what they perceived and what has gone in their minds from their own point of view.
In Homemade, Netflix producers have asked directors from around the world to simply capture their own experience in quarantine life by using the available tools at their homes.
"This is a celebration of the craftsmanship of film making and the enduring power of creativity in the face of a global pandemic," said Netflix.
"This question has been tormenting us as parents for a while: How are our children perceiving or living the confinement? What goes on in their minds?" said Labaki.
She added: "When the producers of Homemade contacted us to be part of this project it was the perfect occasion for us to explore this dimension".
© 2000 - 2020 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)