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Thessaloniki International Film Festival


Dailies from the Thessaloniki international Film Festival

The renewed 57th Thessaloniki International Film Festival (November 3-13, 2016), with a clear focus on independent cinema, attracted the cinephile audience who filled the theaters. For ten days, films and directors from all over the world, tributes, new activities at the Agora/Industry, masterclasses and parallel events, set the tone in this year’s edition, which came to its end with the awards ceremony; The Golden Alexander was bestowed to the Hungarian film Kills on Wheels by Attila Till and TIFF will welcome its audience again next year, in its 58th edition. Meanwhile, TIFF promises the cinephile audience more fascinating cinema moments all year long, through its rich annual activity. Come back for our dailies.

 


 


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Greek Film Attenberg wins Silver

Cutting edge Greek film 'Attenberg' wins Silver Alexander at TIFF 2010

 

Attenberg (2010) Greek film by Athina Rachel Tsangari

Summary: "Marina has grown up with her architect father in a small industrial community, almost cut off from the reality of the rest of the world. With the exception of her bizarre friendship with Bella and the companionship she shares with her ill father, Marina observes human behaviors from afar, almost with repugnance. Her guides in this world of humans are Sir David Attenborough's documentaries on mammals, the music of Suicide and the awkward sexual awakening lessons she receives from Bella. Until a young mechanic arrives in town. On this strange and simultaneously ideal canvas, namely an environment from which "normal" life is absent, Attenberg plays with a fresh - and deceptively detached - formalism, only to develop into a moving study of characters and relationships."

 

Special Jury Award - Silver Alexander
(10.000 euros)

ATTENBERG
By
ATHINA RACHEL TSANGARI, Producers Angelos Venetis, Iraklis Mavroidis, Yorgos Lanthimos, Athina Rachel Tsangari, Maria Hatzakou, Screenwriter Athina Rachel Tsangari, Greece, 2010 

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Industry: CROSSROADS Co-Production Forum,AGORA, script-development BALKAN FUND. Competition for directors with 1st or 2nd films. Golden Alexander Prize 37.000 €

Coverage by Vanessa McMahon, Laurie Gordon


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