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Greece / Christos Massalas filming Broadway

Greek writer and director Christos Massalas is currently filming Broadway. His previous short films have been shown in several festivals, but this is his first feature. It’s about four young thieves in modern-day Athens. Nelly, Barbara, Rudolph and Mohammad are a team specialising in two arts: dance and pick-pocketing. While Nelly and Barbara dance to …

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Greece / TIFF encourages Greek productions

The Thessaloniki Film Festival (TIFF) is scheduled to take place from November 5th to 15th. The festival’s figure-head for this 61st edition will be Greek actress Katia Goulioni.To deal with the unprecedented crisis facing the film industry this year, TIFF has decided to specifically support Greek productions. Given the festival’s many activities there are several …

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Europe / Nominations for the PRIX EUROPA 2020

The EUROPA Prize was founded in 1987 by the European Parliament, the European Commission and the European Cultural Foundation. This competition for outstanding European media content rewards the best European television, radio and online productions, with the aim of publicising them throughout Europe and supporting their continental distribution. This year 263 organizations submitted a total …

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Greece / Animasyros 13 becomes Phygital

Now in its 13th year, Animasyros is Greece’s largest and best-known international animation festival. This year’s event went Phygital – part of the programme was presented physically, on the island of Syros, but most of the films were also shown digitally on a platform dedicated to the event. This meant that from September 23rd to …

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Greece / 2nd edition of GrecDoc

The European Festival of Greek Documentaries – GrecDoc – will take place in Paris (health conditions permitting) from September 18th to 20th. This year’s festival is sponsored by Rosviros Manthoulis. Michel Noll, the event’s founder and director, presents this second season: “This year, because of Covid 19, it is in the autumn and not the …

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Europe / Nisi Masa promotes short European films

Nisi Masa is a non-profit organization helping and promoting young professionals in the European film industry. As part of that, it organizes the European Short Pitch every year. The Short Pitch programme includes writing workshops, meetings and co-production forums to help young, talented Europeans develop and pitch their projects in a professional environment. The application …

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Europe / Éducation à l’image with the EFF

The European Film Factory (EFF) is a film education platform. Their website, accessible on all digital devices, is for students aged 11 to 18 and for all European teachers. Since August 26th educational guides in German, English, Spanish, French, Greek, Italian, Polish and even Romanian have been put online so that Internet users can discover …

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