Synopsis: A dreamy nocturnal stroll through one of Greece’s most politically active neighborhoods, situated in the heart of Athens, just below the Acropolis. In this lively and mythical space, you meet a coterie of characters whose ideals and aspirations are in constant flux. Set against the backdrop of the economic crisis, this is a poetical and polyphonic essay that dives into a place where living together is first and foremost a matter of shared speech and hopes held in suspense.
After graduating from Journalism at UQÀM, she completed a Master’s degree in Communication. Passionate about urban planning and cinema, she has developed over the years a deep interest for documentary film making. Her debut feature, “The horse palace”, allowed her to develop her work in a more personal and artistic way. She then directed “Metro”, a short documentary essay which brings light to Montreal’s suburban transport system and its unique architecture. Nadine is also a member of the Cinema Committee at the Montreal arts Council and an Executive committee member on the board of DOC Quebec.