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Topic - Ziad Doueiri
Lebanese authorities have banned the award-winning movie "The Attack" from being shown in the country because its Lebanese director shot part of the movie in Israel and used Israeli actors.
They also said they could not have a film with Israeli actors represent Lebanon at the Oscars," he told The Times of Israel. "I knew from the start it was a lost cause."
"All this does in the end is portray Lebanon in a negative light, and tell us, filmmakers, that we if think outside of the box, we 'll be considered pariahs and outlaws," Mr. Doueiri added.