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37 Greek films at 10th Thessaloniki Documentary Fest

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10th THESSALONIKI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL Images of the 21st CenturyMarch 7 – 16, 2008 37 Greek films will be showcased in the 10th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century, allotted between the Official, Panorama and Greek Television sections. These are the latest in the local documentary production and are projects that have been funded in various ways: by means of documentary production companies, the Greek Film Center and the Greek Public Television (ERT S.A.), private b...

Faces of facism focus at Thessaloniki Doc Fest

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10th THESSALONIKI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL March 7 – 16, 2008 Images of the 21st Century The thematic Spotlight Faces of Fascism, to be presented during the 10th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, will showcase films that take account of the numerous contemporary manifestations of fascism, taking as its historical departure point The Night of the Broken Glass, the first pogrom against the Jews on November 9, 1938. Kristallnacht, as it is otherwise known, was the first step to the systematic persec...

Thessaloniki Film Festival - Greece

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THESSALONIKI 2007, TOP TO BOTTOM by Alex deleon, Cracow, November 14, 2007for<filmfestivals.com> PHOTO: John Sayles holding his Golden Alexander Aloft   PREVIEWS OF COMING ATTRACTIONS The 48th Installment of the Thessaloniki Film Festival will take place in Greece's Second City from November 16 - 25, 2007. Thessaloniki, also known by the shorter name of "Salonika" is next to Athens the largest city in Greece and, in many ways, a more cosmopolitan city in terms of non-G...

Thessaloniki Documentary Festival preliminary highlights

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The 10th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Organized by the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, the 10th TDF will present roughly 200 documentaries in the event’s flagship OLYMPION and PAVLOS ZANNAS theatres at the festival headquarters in Aristotelous square, as well as the JOHN CASSAVETES, STAVROS TORNES, FRIDA LIAPPA and TONIA MARKETAKI theatres located at the Thessaloniki harbour, within walking distance from t...

Thessaloniki Film Festival Balkan Fund awards

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48th Thessaloniki International Film Festival These are the results of the 5th Balkan Fund, Thessaloniki’s International Film Festival Script Development Fund. 13 projects from 6 different countries participated in the event. The following projects received awards and special mentions: 2 SPECIAL MENTIONS: 1. METASTASES - Director: Branko Schmidt - Producer: Stanislav Babic 2. SOME OTHER STORIES - Writers/ Directors: Ana Maria Rossi / Ines Tanovic / Maria Dzizeva / Hanna Slak / Ivona Juka - Pr...

Thessaloniki 48 ready to start

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The 48th Installment of the Thessaloniki Film Festival will take place in Greece's Second City from November 16 - 25, 2007.  Thessaloniki, also known by the shorter name of "Saloniki" is next to Athens the largest city in Greece and, in many ways, a more cosmopolitan city in terms of non-Greek ethnic minorities and foreign influences.  Situated on the Thessaly extension of the Greek mainland, at the crossroads of Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria and Macedonia and boasting the busiest Gre...

The 48th Installment of the Thessaloniki ready to open

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The 48th Installment of the Thessaloniki Film Festival will take place in Greece's Second City from November 16 - 25, 2007. Thessaloniki, also known by the shorter name of "Saloniki" is next to Athens the largest city in Greece and, in many ways, a more cosmopolitan city in terms of non-Greek ethnic minorities and foreign influences. Situated on the Thessaly extension of the Greek mainland, at the crossroads of Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria and Macedonia and boasting the busiest Greek port in the a...

Independence Days and other sections at Thessalonik

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INDEPENDENCE DAYS The Independence Days Section, now in its third year as part of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, remains committed to showcasing independent and unique works and to discovering new filmmakers from all over the world. The section’s core program, a selection of films under the title ID-07, identifies this year’s aesthetic, political, geographical, political and thematic landscape of worldwide independent, decidedly non-mainstream film production. ID-07 is compris...

Closing ceremony remarks at the Thessaloniki Film Fest

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The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century (March 16-25, 2007)The curtain came down on the 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century on Saturday, March 24 in the crowded and emotion filled Olympion Galaxia Vacation Club theater. Maya Tsokli was presenter of the ceremony. Dimitri Eipides, artistic director of the Festival, gave a prologue: “Ten days ago, at the opening ceremony I reminded you of a few moments from previous Documentary Festi...

The Thessaloniki International Film Festival Awards

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The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century (March 16-25, 2007)The ERT3 Audience Award for a film over 45’ in the International Selection, accompanied by Euros 3,000, goes to: “A SONG FOR ARGYRIS” by Stefan Haupt, USA, 2005The ERT3 Audience Award for a film under 45’ in the International Selection, accompanied by Euros 2,000, goes to:“THE BLOOD OF YINGZHOU DISTRICT” by Ruby Yang, China/ USA, 2006The ERT3 Audience Award for a Greek film over 45’, accompa...

Closing ceremony remarks at the Thessaloniki Film Fest

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The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century (March 16-25, 2007)The curtain came down on the 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century on Saturday, March 24 in the crowded and emotion filled Olympion Galaxia Vacation Club theater. Maya Tsokli was presenter of the ceremony. Dimitri Eipides, artistic director of the Festival, gave a prologue: “Ten days ago, at the opening ceremony I reminded you of a few moments from previous Documentary Festi...

The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival kicked in

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9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century(March 16-25, 2007)The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century opened its doors last Friday, March 16, as well as a window on the multifaceted world of documentary film. The Opening Ceremony took place in the Olympion Galaxia Vacation Club hall, in the presence of political representatives, artists from Greece and abroad, and of course cinephiles. Welcoming the public to the 9th Thessaloniki Document...

Images of the 21st Century will screen 236 docus

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The Thessaloniki International Film Festival Presents:The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century (March 16-25, 2007)From the moment the Lumiere brothers filmed a train arriving at a station right up to today, the documentary remains the oldest, yet most current and timeless film genre. The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century, as part of the year round activities of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival, is celebrating its ninth ...

Master-Classes, Discussions, Workshops at Thessaloniki Docu Fest

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The 9th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival - Images of the 21st Century, as every year, is hosting a series of Lectures, Master-Classes, Workshops and Discussions featuring the Festival’s honoured guests which are traditionally open to the public in order to encourage information and dialogue between industry professionals, students and the ardent fans of documentary film. 1. CONVERSATION WITH BARBARA KOPPLE“John Cassavetes” Theater, PORTMonday, March 19 11.00 – 13.00The multi award winni...

8th Panorama of Independent Film Makers kicks off

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The Trade Union Centre of Thessaloniki and the Cinema Club of Culture Department, has launched the 8th Panorama of Independent Film Makers - T.U.C.THScreenings will begin December 9 to 18, with 105 films from 28 countries lined up. ...

8th Panorama of Independent Film Makers - T.U.C.TH. - Greece - Call for entries

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DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE T.U.C.TH. 8th Panorama of Independent Film Makers T.U.C.TH. (December 2-9, 2006) Call for entries: Last deadline November 15th The Cinema Club of Trade Unions Centre of Thessaloniki announce the 8th Panorama of Independent Film Makers of T.U.C.TH. to be held between December 2-9 , 2006 in the Screening Hall of Trade Unions Centre in Thessaloniki, Greece. "Panorama" is open to films and videos of all genres and of running time up to 120 minutes for full length films, up t...

Thessaloniki’s film festival chief: Michel Demopoulos

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Thessaloniki’s film festival has a long history, stretching back to 1960, in the golden age of Greek film. Starting as a platform for local cinema, the festival hit a crisis in the 1980s when production levels hit rock bottom – around ten films a year, down from a peak of 100 to 120 films a year in the 60s and early 70s. Michel Demopoulos, then a critic and managing international film acquisitions for state-run Greek TV, proposed a new direction for the festival based on showcasing the best ...

Thessaloniki awards gold to Bitter Dream from Iran

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The 45th Thessaloniki International Film Festival wrapped up on Sunday 28 November, with its awards ceremony dishing out its main prize of the Golden Alexander to Mohsen Amiryousefi’s Bitter Dream from Iran. The competition is restricted to the first three features of directors, and the festival has shunned the so-called Class A festival status, which imposes restrictions on competitive events to give it more flexibility in its selection, part of a philosophy that makes the event popular with ...
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