In the Roman Bath in the heart of Beirut, a purely cultural event, that’s free in every sense, celebrating short films in an out of the box way took place.The event was successful attracting movie fanatics from across the country who enjoyed watching a variety of short films in a setting that’s outstandingly unique.
Founded in 2010 as a modern take on open-air theaters, the Outbox International Short Film Festival brings two years of film festival experience to an outdoor event open to anyone who would like to attend.
Without walls or admission fees acting as boundaries, a dynamic audience of all ages and backgrounds can discover cinema’s most vibrant art form: the short film.
The festival accepts film submissions from all countries and genres. Love story or adventure, by amateur or professional, in
Lebanese or Chinese − it doesn’t matter, as long as it’s a short film. There are no applicant fees, and entrants are chosen solely for their talent.
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