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BFI LFF: Athena Rachel Tsangari and the jury awards Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women

BFI LFF: Athena Rachel Tsangari and the jury awards Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women

cinepivates October 16, 2016 0

The 60th BFI London Film Festival announced this year’s Festival Awards’ winners at its high profile Awards dinner, at Banqueting House, Whitehall, this evening. Hosted by Michael Sheen and with an address from BFI

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Athena Tsangari president of the jury in BFI LFF

Athena Tsangari president of the jury in BFI LFF

cinepivates September 29, 2016 0

Athena Rachel Tsangari will be head of the jury of the competition section in this years’ BFI London Film Festival. One year after her win for Chevalier -Greece’s choice for Foreign Language Oscar- in

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Drama Short Film Festival handed out its awards

Drama Short Film Festival handed out its awards

cinepivates September 25, 2016 0

Mouth of Hell (Scotland – India) and Cube by Alexandros Skouras were the two big winners of Drama Short Film Festival. In Cube, Makis a jobless 35-year old (Makis Papadimitriou of Suntan) does not

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Greek “Chevalier” to vie for foreign – language Oscar

Greek “Chevalier” to vie for foreign – language Oscar

cinepivates September 17, 2016 0

“Chevalier” by Athena Rachel Tsangari is the greek choice for the foreign language Oscar award. The decision came by a specific commitee of the Culture Ministry and word is that Christoforos Papakaliatis’ “Worlds Apart”

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The 15 projects of Drama Pitching Lab

The 15 projects of Drama Pitching Lab

cinepivates August 31, 2016 0

103 projects submitted to the Drama Pitching Lab 2016.  Here are the 15 selected projects: Mainas Sifis, Superstition, Greece Bruno Shirley, La grotte de Marie Jeanne, Haiti – USA Avgoustidis Nikos, Reykjavik, Greece Vitkova Maya,

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Suntan and Chevalier among the nominees for EFA awards

Suntan and Chevalier among the nominees for EFA awards

cinepivates August 23, 2016 0

Two greek films, Suntan by Argyris Papadimitropoulos and Chevalier by Athena Rachel Tsangari are among the nominees for European Film Awards (EFA). Greece is among the 33 countries that are nominated for awards. Fifty

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“Blind Sun” goes TIFF

“Blind Sun” goes TIFF

cinepivates August 18, 2016 0

Greek film “Blind Sun” by Joyce A. Nashawati features in Vanguard section of Toronto Film Festival (where dark movies, on edge are selected -or as the festival says “provocative, sexy… possible dangerous”). During a

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“The Longest Run” among the 15 documentaries vying for EFA award

“The Longest Run” among the 15 documentaries vying for EFA award

cinepivates August 16, 2016 0

“The Longest Run”, the documentary by greek director Marianna Economou is among the 15 documentaries that vie for a European Film Academy Award. Economou’s documentary tells the tale of two young refugees who end

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“Afterlov” wins award at Locarno Film Festival

“Afterlov” wins award at Locarno Film Festival

cinepivates August 13, 2016 0

The Cinema & Gioventù Jury for the Concorso Cineasti del presente -composed of Julie Mucchiut, Linn Henz, Malika Brigadoi, Leonardo Bernasconi, Gemma Panzera, Pietro Floris, Anna Simonetti, Stefano Molo, Nuvola Camera, Ariele Sgheiza and

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SeaNema: Suntan screening on a ferry boat

SeaNema: Suntan screening on a ferry boat

cinepivates August 11, 2016 0

Cinema on a ferry – boat? This highly original idea belongs to the SeaNema Film Festival that is taking place in Kefalonia Island. SeaNema organised a secret screening of the film Suntan by Argyris

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