Capharnaum


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Capharnaum

(kəfär`nāəm), the same as CapernaumCapernaum
or Capharnaum
, town, NE ancient Palestine, on the northwestern shore of the Sea of Galilee; in the Gospels, it is closely associated with Jesus' ministry, and was the home of several of Jesus' disciples. A synagogue of the 3d cent.
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Capharnaum previously won the Jury Prize at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, leading Labaki to be the first Arab director with an award at the festival.
Award-winner Kailash Satyarthi is seen with kids at the closing night reception during the Ajyal Film Festival Capharnaum also won the Audience Award, while Gubgub had earlier bagged the inaugural Abdulaziz Jassim Award for Best Performance, instituted this year in honour of the late legendary Qatari actor, for Fatima al-Nahdi, at the Made in Qatar Awards.
Dans mon parcours, j'ai eu plein de prix en Pologne (Capharnaum a eu le grand prix), en Allemagne, au Canada, en Egypte, et bien sur au Maroc (beaucoup de prix nationaux), dont le dernier en mars dernier a Rabat oE j'ai remporte le prix de meilleure actrice pour mon role a Capharnaum et Tarik Ribh, meilleurs costumes pour le meme spectacle qui, justement, a cree la polemique autour du nu ou non nu alors que cela voulait simplement dire que c'est un costume.
The name that Homais gives to his pharmacy, "capharnaum," is the name of the place of Jesus' first miracles (96); in the scene of the apricots which is interpreted here as a temptation, Charles plays the role of Eve (106-107); the figure of the snake is an important one in the novel (116); three motifs are related to the Immaculate Conception and reappear in the narrative (120-127): the blue shawl, the moon and the diabolical snake, and after Emma's death (133-139) the snake reappears in the form of a musical instrument ("le serpent soufflait a pleine poitrine") "as a metaphor for the evil spirit" (138).
Il compulse les archives de la debauche, le capharnaum des rebuts".
With a handful of exceptions, this finally disappointing capharnaum or glory-hole partakes of that curse of academia: the parading of the bleeding obvious.
In Flaubert's Herodias we read that Jacob, "having a sick daughter, went to Capharnaum, in order to beg the Master to heal her.
In fact, the correspondence makes no secret of the disorder that characterises Valery's confined writing circumstances from the beginning, which he describes in a letter to Pierre Louys in 1890 as "l'infame capharnaum ou je fume tant de cigarettes." (24) The correspondence with Gide insists even more on this intrinsic aspect of his personal life, notwithstanding his minimalist propensity: "J'ai campe si longtemps dans le desordre le plus simplificateur, encombre de bouquins, fumee [ ...
Khaled Mouzanar, the producer and composer of Capharnaum (Lebanon/2018) wowed audiences with impromptu performances on stage during his Ajyal Talk and by sharing back stories on some of the pivotal compositions for his movies.
At Cannes, "Yomeddine" competed alongside Nadine Labaki's "Capharnaum" and addresses some of the same issues as Labaki's picture principally the difficult economic challenges and discrimination confronting outsiders among the Arab world's urban poor.
Summary: Washington DC, [USA] Sep 19 (ANI): Lebanon has officially picked 'Capharnaum' as its entry for the 'foreign language film' category at the 91st Oscars.