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    Prosefhi: Greek School Prayer (2014)

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    Prosefhi: Greek School Prayer (2014)

    Two high school students. While seeking their identity, through violence, they will inevitably test each other’s boundaries.

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    OXI, an Act of Resistance (2014)

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    OXI, an Act of Resistance (2014)

    The popular resistance to the current Greek economic crisis explored and expressed through the ethical and political writings of Ancient Greece.

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    The Water Diviner (2014)

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    The Water Diviner (2014)

    In 1919, Australian farmer Joshua Connor travels to Turkey to discover the fate of his three sons, reported missing in action. Holding on to hope, Joshua must travel across the war-torn landscape to find the truth and his own peace.

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    Agora: From Democracy to the Market (2015)

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    Agora: From Democracy to the Market (2015)

    As going through an economic vortex, Greece is experiencing condition in post-war history. Homeless people, unemployment, poverty, violent conflicts and the rise of the extreme-right are found all over the county. Is there any possible way to break through the crisis? This film follows development of the crisis and its impact on people’s lives, as well as rise of fascism, while seeking answers from interested parties.

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    The Great European Disaster Movie (2015)

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    The Great European Disaster Movie (2015)

    2014-2015: 17. The Great European Disaster Movie Authored documentary by Italian director Annalisa Piras and former editor of The Economist Bill Emmott, which explores the crisis facing Europe. Through case studies of citizens in different countries, the film explores a range of factors that have led to the present crisis, economic and identity challenges across Europe. High-level experts analyse how and why things are going so wrong. The film includes fictional scenes, set in a post-EU future, which feature archaeologist Charles Granda (played by Angus Deayton) travelling on a flight through a menacing storm, explaining to a child passenger what the EU was. Sombre, thought-provoking and witty, the film frames Europe through the eyes of those who have most at stake – the Europeans themselves.

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    Sappho: Love and Life on Lesbos (2015)

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    Sappho: Love and Life on Lesbos (2015)

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    Interruption (2015)

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    Interruption (2015)

    A post-modern theater adaptation of a classic Greek tragedy takes place in a central theater of Athens. Like every night, the audience take their seats and the play begins. Suddenly, the lights on stage go out. A group of young people, dressed in black and carrying guns, come up on stage. They apologize for the interruption and invite people from the audience to participate on stage. The play resumes with a main difference; life imitates art and not the opposite.

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    This Changes Everything (2015)

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    This Changes Everything (2015)

    Based on Naomi Klein’s book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate, a look at how people in various communities around the world play a role in the ongoing climate change debate and how they’re affecting change in trying to prevent the environmental destruction of our planet.

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    The Thing About Greece... A Snowboard Documentary (2015)

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    The Thing About Greece… A Snowboard Documentary (2015)

    In 2015 filmmaker Themistocles Lambridis set off on an adventure to shed light on a side of Greece that few are aware of. With his camera in hand and snowboard under foot, he shredded a vast playground of snow, explored fresh tracks and revealed a backcountry unlike any other. From the island of Crete to Mount Olympus, “The Thing About Greece” is an epic documentary that will forever alter your perception of this coastal country.

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    Golden Dawn: A Personal Affair (2016)

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    Golden Dawn: A Personal Affair (2016)

    What’s in the mind of the neo-nazi next-door? “My partner in life is a Jew, one of my sons is gay, another is an anarchist, and I am a left-wing feminist as well as a daughter of immigrants. If Golden Dawn comes to power our only problem will be which wagon they will put us on.” A journalist is delving for years into the organization of the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn. The financial collapse, the political instability and the family relations are placed into the spotlight as the documentary is trying to discover “what’s in the head of Golden Dawners, who pose as victims of the system.”

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    Bourek (2016)

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    Bourek (2016)

    In this humanistic comedy, set against the backdrop of economic crises and bad news, an extravagant international cast of characters meet, fight, and fall in love, while hiding from the end of the world and other calamities on the tiny Greek island of Khronos.

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    Smuggling Hendrix (2018)

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    Smuggling Hendrix (2018)

    Caught between the mob and border patrol, washed-up musician Yiannis must put his plans to leave Cyprus on hold his when his beloved dog escapes across the wall to the island’s Turkish side.

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