A non-fictional poem on belonging, estrangement and home, narrated by five women who are perceived as “foreigners” in Greece.
Wanderings through the art and life of sculptress, Alexandra Athanasiadi.
When filmmaker Christos Kapatos moves back to his parents’ house, he starts recording his family’s everyday crazy life in crisis-hit Greece – at times with humor, other times painfully and sometimes by using the hedonistic dettachement of a reality show, but always with utmost honesty.
The story of two refugee boys from Syria and Iraq who fled the war and ended up in a juvenile prison in Greece under the accusation of smuggling illegal immigrants.
This short documentary, written and directed by Maria Yiannoulis, Samios welcomes us in his world, at his atmospheric studio in the centre of Athens where he isolates himself in order to create.
Based on the Euripides’ acknowledgement that “affect and passion is more powerful than reason,” Nikos Grammatikos plunges, quite arrogantly, as he admits, into the tragedy of Medea, in order to deal with a personal loss.
Our aim is to transfer his dynamics in a documentary that will convey some of his messages and create a platform for exchanging opinions about his work.
“Before we started the club, we were waif of the goodness of each institution,” says Spyros, the president of the Union.