NYC GR Film Festival 2018

September 7, 2018

Me and my shadow – Nikos Papazoglou

Documentary, 100΄, 2018 Synopsis: A group of friends begins a journey to get to know Nikos Papazoglou, the person behind the music. Τhey visit the places where he lived, loved, [...]
September 7, 2018

Maniera Greca – Kirineos Papadimatos

Fiction, 13 ΄, 2017 Synopsis: As dawn is approaching, the few clients left at a Greek night club are clapping out of habit for the opening singer while she finishes her appearance [...]
September 7, 2018

My Mother, the Tobacco Grower – Stathis Galazoulas

Documentary, 21’, 2016 Synopsis: My grandmother Chrisoula had worked in tobacco fields since childhood. In December 2014 she went along with my brother Chris to watch a play [...]
September 7, 2018

Hearts For Dinner – Renee Koutoula

Fiction, 20’. 2017 Synopsis: Antigoni, an immigrant to a small Greek village, works as a housekeeper for her cousin. One day she is assigned to cook artichokes for her cousin‘s [...]
September 7, 2018

Instance – Konstantinos Xenakis

Fiction, 6’. 2017 Synopsis: A mother cleans her house while waiting for her son to return from an anarchists’ protest in a short story that, according to the director, draws from [...]
September 7, 2018

Nemercka – Avrilios Karakostas

Fiction, 13’. 2016 Synopsis: Missing her will take him to a journey. He will cross by foot the place they met and lived, so that in a way he can see her again.
September 7, 2018

Hippocampus – Themis Katsimihas

Fiction, 10’. 2017 Synopsis: A couple that was never separated, during the three most important moments of their lives: when they met, at the peak of their love and when one [...]
September 7, 2018

Heimlich – Kostas Bakouris

Fiction, 19΄, 2017 Synopsis: Heimlich is homely. Paris lives in an unhomely home. Serena wants a home, in a place you wouldn’t exactly call Paris. They drink. They talk. They [...]
September 7, 2018

The Great Fire of Salonica: Birth of a city – Grigoris Vardarinos

Documentary, 62 ΄, 2017 Synopsis: An archive-based documentary narrating the experiences of Thessalonikians during the biggest and most destructive fire in the history of their city. [...]