NYC GR Film Festival 2018

September 7, 2018

Flowers fade early: Kakopetros, August 28, 1944 – Matthaios Frantzeskakis, Vicky Arvelaki

Documentary, 64 ΄, 2018 Synopsis: Dawn of August 28, 1944, Crete. During the German occupation, the conquerors surround the small village Kakopetros, located today at the [...]
September 7, 2018

Ifigenia – Aliki Tsakoumi

Fiction, 7 ΄, 2017 Synopsis: Ifigenia’s body after her death ceased to belong to her.
September 7, 2018

The After Life – Christos Sagias

Fiction, 17 ΄, 2017 Synopsis: Michalis, unable to accept the loss of his wife, keeps cooking every day for two, in an attempt to keep her memory alive. Despite the efforts of [...]
September 7, 2018

Visit – Yannis Zafiris

Fiction, 7’. 2017 Synopsis: A road, a family, a visit.
September 7, 2018

The Ticket – Haris Stathopoulos

Fiction, 17’. 2016 Synopsis: We follow the course of a ticket for Public Transportation as it passes from hand to hand. Each person that holds the ticket carries his own story [...]
September 7, 2018

Success Story – Nikos Perakis

Fiction, 110 ΄, 2017 Synopsis: Against the background of a country on the brink of crisis, two worlds collide: the over-heated bourgeois milieu of Pandoras, an intellectual [...]
September 7, 2018

Ourania – Despoina Kourti

Fiction, 16’. 2017 Synopsis: Ourania is a middle-aged woman who has neglected herself. An unknown young man who suddenly appears in her life will help her rediscover her [...]
September 7, 2018

My Homeland’s Flag Is Blue – Stelios Charalambopoulos

Documentary, 109 ΄, 2016 Synopsis: Vourvoura, a village in the mountains of Goethe’s Arcadia. A self-sufficient community living off their own produce while their children go to school [...]
September 7, 2018

Meltemi – Zeta Spyraki

Fiction, 18’. 2016 Synopsis: Our story is set in Andros, known for its Meltemia, the unexpected, strong Cycladic winds. On Good Friday, Polyxeni, a 70year-old mother, [...]