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236 articles available in total starting from 26/11/2008. Last article published on 25/01/2018.

Thessaloniki Documentary Festival reveals its line-up

Thessaloniki Documentary Festival reveals its line-up

Boasting over 200 films and a new competitive section, the go-to doc gathering of the Balkans is ready for its first edition under new management  

24/02/2017 | Festivals | Greece

The Midwife: An unlikely crowd-pleaser

The Midwife: An unlikely crowd-pleaser

BERLIN 2017: Starring Catherine Deneuve as a cancer patient trying to reconnect with her alienated stepdaughter, Martin Provost’s new effort is one unexpected feel-good movie  

17/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Out of competition

Colo: When family ties become shackles

Colo: When family ties become shackles

BERLIN 2017: One of Portugal’s most celebrated directors, Teresa Villaverde, takes her first stab at the Golden Bear with a bleak alienation drama  

16/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Competition

Beuys: A celebratory tribute to a celebrated artist

Beuys: A celebratory tribute to a celebrated artist

BERLIN 2017: A respectful and enlightening documentary, Andres Veiel’s competition entry looks at the man behind the controversy  

16/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Competition

Call Me by Your Name: A tender yet sensual introspective drama

Call Me by Your Name: A tender yet sensual introspective drama

BERLIN 2017: Luca Guadagnino’s intimate portrayal of a homosexual love affair is easily the director’s most tender and restrained work  

14/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Panorama Special

A Fantastic Woman: A marvellously biting genre bender

A Fantastic Woman: A marvellously biting genre bender

BERLIN 2017: Returning to Berlin after his celebrated Gloria, Sebastián Lelio’s latest offering was rightfully greeted with one of the festival’s busiest screenings  

14/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Competition

Viceroy’s House: Determined directing and dazzling production values

Viceroy’s House: Determined directing and dazzling production values

BERLIN 2017: Gurinder Chadha’s most ambitious project yet offers a sombre yet resonant look at the Partition of India  

13/02/2017 | Berlinale 2017 | Out of competition

Nikos Kazantzakis biopic completes principal photography

Nikos Kazantzakis biopic completes principal photography

The Yiannis Smaragdis-directed Greco-French co-production has finished shooting and is aiming for a 2017 screening date  

25/01/2017 | Production | Greece

Hellenic Film Academy celebrates fifth Film Factory

Hellenic Film Academy celebrates fifth Film Factory

Acclaimed cinematographer Phedon Papamichael will headline the series of workshops, seminars and masterclasses aimed at aspiring filmmakers  

19/12/2016 | Education | Greece

Amir Naderi headlines the Locarno Industry Academy International at Thessaloniki

Amir Naderi headlines the Locarno Industry Academy International at Thessaloniki

The acclaimed director and Thessaloniki IFF jury chair headlined the training activities inaugurated at the Agora event  

14/11/2016 | Thessaloniki 2016 | Industry

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