Wednesday, 01 November 2023
Amphitheater "Theodoros Angelopoulos"
Εργατοϋπαλληλικό Κέντρο Καλαμάτας, Αριστομένους 95
Filmed in the heart of a Europe-citadel, Alpes describes a mountain civil society in solidarity with the passage of migrants across the border, and attempts to raise awareness with a rare integrity.
Who is more pop, Madonna or Beethoven? From the Greek mountains to BBC’s grand stages, the 35-year-old provocative composer Dimitrios Skyllas reveals the secrets of today's music-making. The sacred musician, the party freak, and all the life in-between. A visionary gesture to break the stereotypes of classical music in our fast, pop-consuming...
An aspiring young woman filmmaker combines the story of a perpetrator and her own experiences with violence in a poetic film that offers insight into the causes and consequences of abuse, triggering our subconscious in a register that only cinema can approach.
As a young soldier, the director documented his unit taking over Palestinian homes, locking families in a room and turning the houses into military posts. Now, 18 years later, he confronts his past and returns to where it all began.
As if they never existed. People on the move. Facing danger in unfamiliar and unwelcoming places. For 15 years, a photojournalist bears witness to the journey of migrants across the dark crossings of European borders. Futility, death, and exhaustion from a never-ending struggle, as well as pushbacks, represent a large part of Giorgos Moutafis...
Conversation about Palestine
with Eran Paz and Zakia Aqra