Pause” by Tonia Mishiali is a film about Elpida, a Greek woman living in Cyprus. Elpida is transitioning to middle age. While her body experiences all the symptoms of this transition, her soul laments being trapped in a loveless marriage…

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Makis is a fish farm worker. On his way to work one morning, he is informed that he has died the day before. After failed attempts to prove that he is alive, he accepts his fate with indifference and he spends his last day before the funeral trying…

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The Greek Association of Film Directors and Producers (ESPEK) held a press conference titled "Give a little loving to Greek Cinema ... or the need for a single cinematic policy" on Monday, November 26, 2018, in Athens, where film makers and producers…

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Dr Irini Sarioglou was born in Istanbul in 1972. She is Associate Professor of contemporary history at Istanbul University (Modern Greek Studies) and General Secretary of the Hellenic History Foundation in Athens.  She specializes in contemporar…

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Asteris Koutoulas. Photo by Guido Karp

Based on over 600 hours of filmed material starring Mikis Theodorakis in any possible situation, “Dance Fight Love Die: With Mikis on the road“ by Asteris Koutoulas is a hybrid film on the hybrid li…

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Is there a private twilight zone where every individual confronts his or her own internal and external conflicts? This appears to be the case in the latest two Thanasis Neofotistos films, “Patision Avenue” and “Prosefhi: Greek Schoo…

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The San Francisco Greek Film Festival (SFGFF) celebrates its 15th year with a rich film selection. The Festival annually showcases the work of Greek and Cypriot filmmakers from around the world, aiming to inspire, engage, and entertain its diverse a…

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Dimitris Tsalapatis was born in Athens and studied film making at Lykourgos Stavrakos School and Mathematics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He is currently studying for his Master’s in Filmmaking at Goldsmiths Universit…

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It’s not certain whether Dimitris Katsimiris’ films could be used to restore faith to humanity. His dark universe is inhabited by toxic brothers, ready to be the first to cast stones, ruthless YouTubers and individuals that stand alone w…

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