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ENOUGH Lebanon's Darkest Hour

Documentary by Daizy Gedeon second feature documentary
Australia  june 2021 90 minutes (in post)
One of Bruno Chatelin's BEST FOR FESTS Cannes Market Premiere July 13, Palais H 11:30

ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour follows Australian-Lebanese filmmaker Daizy Gedeon’s personal and independent introspection into how her ancestral homeland, the place her family was forced to flee in the 1970s because of the Civil War, has ended up in a state of complete catastrophe. It is a story of awakening in which Daizy is forced to abandon her idealism about Lebanon and face the cold, harsh truth about the country’s dark underbelly which is its most sinister enemy.

Daizy prosecutes the case against the corrupt political class which has reduced a proud people to beg for garbage collection instead of greatness and negotiate potholes rather than peace.

ENOUGH! is the plea and the prayer, the feeling and fierce determination of the 4.5 million Lebanese in Lebanon as well as the 16 million members of the Lebanese diaspora scattered around the world, whose hearts continue to bleed for a homeland they are desperate to return to and so deeply want to believe in...once again.

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Best for Fests ' ENOUGH! Lebanon's Darkest Hour' : The Key Crew Bios

Daizy Gedeon – Director, Writer, Executive Producer

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Daizy is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist and entrepreneur. Originally her family migrated from Lebanon in 1970.

She started her career as a journalist in 1983 working with several international news organisations including News Corp, The Times and MBC in London. She was the first female sports journalist on The Australian newspaper and first female soccer writer in Australia. After moving onto the Foreign Affairs desk in 1989, she was one of an exclusive group of journalists who were invited to cover the signing of the Middle East Peace Treaty between Jordan and Israel in 1994. She has interviewed many Lebanese and Middle East political leaders including the late Yasser Arafat, senior members of Hamas, and political leaders in Israel.


In 1996 she released her first feature documentary film, Lebanon…Imprisoned Splendour, featuring movie star, the late Omar Sharif. This film challenged the western perception of Lebanon and explored the full, rich and hidden beauty that has characterized this ancient land for more than two millennia. She began production on ENOUGH! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour in 2016. She is CEO and Creative Director of marketing agency GDR MEDIA Group in Sydney and a mother of three.



Patrick Rohr - Producer

Patrick started his career in the late 2000’s working on large Australian and US feature films. His list of early production credits include: Unbroken, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Great Gatsby and numerous TV series and commercials. While developing his understanding of the film making process on productions, Patrick also undertook postgraduate studies at AFTRS receiving a Graduate Diploma in Screen Business in 2015. Since turning his focus to producing Patrick has produced the award-winning 2018 independent feature film Find Your Voice starring Keisha Castle-Hughes as well as numerous short films and commercials. Currently he is finishing the feature documentary Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour and developing the slate of his latest venture Work In Progress Productions.



Ronny Jon Paul Mouawad - Producer

Ronny began his career treading the boards in the Sydney theatre scene. After roles in numerous plays including Funny Money  at the Footbridge Theatre and The House of Ramon Iglesia,  Ronny landed a role in the popular Australian drama All Saints. He later appeared in Rake and Underbelly - The Golden Mile. Most recently, Ronny was cast, in the soon to be released George Miller film Three Thousand Years Of Longing, alongside Tilda Swinton. In addition to his love of acting, Ronny has invested much time in his passions of writing and producing. He’s particularly enjoyed collaborating with Nico Lathouris (Mad Max Fury Road & Mad Max Furiosa) on the script Kings Of The Cross and producing the feature documentary Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour.




Justin Hanrahan ACS – Director of Photography

Justin Hanrahan is an ACS award-winning cinematographer who has been honing his craft for over 25 years. During this time Justin has shot feature documentaries and drama all around the world. Justin began his career working in Hong Kong covering international news and long format documentaries for major networks. From network TV he made the move into high end documentaries for programs such as BBC’s Natural History Unit and National Geographic. More recently Justin has turned his focus to drama working on a number of critically acclaimed series for HBO Big Little Lies (2017), Sharp Objects (2018) and currently The Rookie. Justin’s versatility and understanding of his craft have led to numerous award wins and nominations including 2 ACS Gold Tripods.




Marcus D’Arcy ASE – Editor

Marcus D’Arcy is an Academy Award ä nominated editor and legend of the Australian film industry. During his storied career Marcus has worked with many of the great Australian directors including George Miller, Jeremy Sims and Chris Noonan. Marcus’s career has spanned a wide range of projects from the critical and box office smash Babe to the iconic Mad Max franchise and more recently Rams, Farah and Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour.





Georges Tomb – Concert Pianist & Composer

Georges Tomb comes from a long and vibrant lineage of artists and musicians and it was no coincidence that as a child Georges developed a deep passion for music. Starting his career as a classical composer Georges is the youngest person ever to have his music performed by the Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra. After enjoying early success as a classical composer Georges has recently turned his talent to film scoring working on the feature documentary Enough! Lebanon’s Darkest Hour and upcoming projects with Producer Mario Kassar and Emmy Award winning write r Suzanne Marya Baronoff. In between these projects he has also been working on a ballet adaptation of the classic tale Pinocchio to be performed by Italy’s Balletto Del Sud.




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