Two Lebanese brothers and YouTubers have been introduced because the winners of the Finest Documentary Award in Australia’s eighth Annual Worldwide SmartFone Flick Fest (SF3).
9-years-old Oliver and 5-years-old Lucas are two entertaining children who’re taking the web by storm with their academic YouTube movies reaching hundreds of views from followers all over the world.
Their Youtube channel, Oliver and Lucas – Academic Movies for Youngsters, was reviewed by the Melbourne-based Herald Solar as “Melbourne’s finest lockdown movies.”
Early in 2022, each Oliver and Lucas traveled to West Africa and Lebanon to movie a sequence of episodes reflecting on the fascinating cultures of Lebanon and Liberia.
The 2 brothers shared the historical past of Baalbek, the Fortress of Moussa, and even attended a conventional Liberian marriage ceremony.
Upon their return, they submitted the profitable “The Magic in Liberia” episode as a brief film to the SmartPhone Flick Fest (SF3), a smartphone movie competition for filmmakers coming from all ages.
Initially meant to scale back her children’ frustration through the Melbourne lockdown, their mom put them to do enjoyable actions which ultimately become a now-acclaimed Youtube channel.
Right here is The Magic in Liberia video that led them to be the winners in Australia’s Worldwide SmartFone Flick Fest:
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