This campaign is to raise funds to finish the shooting of a documentary about Ghada Fayez Sultan, who is forced to leave her house due to an unjust law. She must let go of her home, father’s archive, his workplace and his legacy.
The director, Carl Haddad is a 2nd year masters students in the Lebanese University of fine arts. He has won two awards for his movies, "Bel Tholl", during a 72h film challenge held back in 2014, and the 1st prize for the "sexual revolution challenge" held by in 2015.
The Director of Photography, Jad Sleiman is a masters degree graduate from the Lebanese University of fine arts.
Fayez Sultan, Ghada's father was a book enthusiast, his library holds more than 3000 books, some dating back to the late 19th century. As for his work, he founded one of the very first advertising companies in Lebanon back in 1944, a year after the Lebanese independence. Some of his work is the rooster logo for one of the most famous Lebanese newspapers, "Al Nahar".
Ghadad is a renter, and following an unjust ruling, she lost access to the house, she has until the end of the month to evacuate all her possessions, her father's old office, his collections of newspapers older than 1938, The reversal film (diapositive) of locations, wardrobe, actors from old commercials...
The documentary follows Ghada as she slowly loses everything, until the moment where she is standing in the void left in the house, closes the door for the last time and hands off her key.