The Lebanese Rocket Society (film)
In the 1960s, Lebanon was the first Arab country to start sending rockets into the sky. Led by Manoug Manougian, their physics teacher, a small group of students from the Haigazian University (called Haigazian College at the time) began tests and launched their first rockets to conquer space under the name ″Lebanese Rocket Society″. Their work was briefly a source of national pride.
Cast and crewEdit
- Director: Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige
- Production: Edouard Mauriat (Mille et une productions), and Georges Shoucair (Abbout Productions)
- France Distribution: Urban Distribution
- Photography: Jeanne Lapoirie and Khalil Joreige
- Animation: Ghassan Halawani
- Editing: Tina Baz
- Music: Scrambled Eggs
- Genre: Documentary
- Country of origin: France, Lebanon
- Format: DCP
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- Lebanese Rocket Society launched first rocket April 1961 and Israel launched first rocket July 1961.
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- "Programmer's Note". Archived from the original on March 12, 2013. Retrieved July 30, 2013.
- "Pays rêvés, pays réels — Cinéma du Réel" (in French). Cinemadureel.org. Archived from the original on 2013-04-25. Retrieved 2013-09-02.