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Booty

A film by Thorkel Hardarson & Örn Marinó Arnarson

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A documentary about ownership.

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The Harvesters

A film by Etienne Kallos

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The Free State in South Africa is the last stronghold for the world’s smallest and Africa’s only white ethnic culture – the Afrikaners.

In a conservative rural culture where strength and masculinity are prized above all, Johan is set apart by his hidden homosexual nature feeling isolated by an insular community obsessed with family and ancestry.

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Virus

A film by Angelos Frantzis

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(fiction / feature)

PETROS and ANNA are a  Greek couple in their 30s that moved to Siberia from Athens a few months ago. Petros, a distinguished environmental engineer, rational and cool-headed, has undertaken an innovative project for the city’s heavy industrial plant.

Their lives are unexpectedly disrupted when Anna gets pregnant.

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The Man Behind the Camera

A film by Alethea Avramis

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(documentary / feature)

In 2008 Athanasios Avramis- one of the most well-known and respected Greek Orthodox priests in America- suffered a nervous breakdown, coming out of it with the idea that he never should have been a priest.

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Ikaros

A film by Giorgos Fourtounis

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(fiction / short)

Michalis has a plan and awaits. His father leaves. Now he is alone with a knife, his mother, his sister and his brother.

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Days of Cannibalism

A film by Teboho Edkins

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(documentary / feature)

Days of Cannibalism is a feature length film in two parts. A contemporary film about the relationship between the people of China and Africa.

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Sky Above Us

A film by Marinus Groothof

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(fiction / feature)

Every day Ana, Sloba and Bojan put their lives at great risk, simply by going to work. Their jobs are in or next to the national television building in Belgrade, which because of the war has become a strategic target for NATO bombings. All three force themselves to deal with the fear, in order to hold on to their ordinary lives. But “ordinary” has ceased to exist some time ago.

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Pari

A film by Siamak Etemadi

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(fiction / feature)

When Babak, an Iranian student in Greece, doesn’t show up to welcome his parents at the Athens international airport, his mother, Pari, is forced to go on a quest that will take her much further than a mother’s search for a missing son.

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Son of Sofia

A Film by Elina Psykou

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(fiction / feature)

Athens 2004. The Olympic Games return to their country of origin and 10-year-old Misha leaves Russia to reunite with his mother, Sofia. She immediately announces they’ll be living with Mr. Nikos, an older Greek gentleman, whom Sofia has been hired to look after. When Sofia reveals the two of them are married, Misha feels utterly betrayed and runs away in a desperate plea for attention.

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Hungry Mouth

(fiction / feature)

A 26-year-old law student, working as a dog-trainer, storms into the world of an upper-class couple – a [...]

(fiction / feature)

A 26-year-old law student, working as a dog-trainer, storms into the world of an upper-class couple – a 55-year-old Professor of Law and his 45-year-old wife; using the basic dog-training principles he leads both of them to a cliffhanger, where they have to face the void of their lives.
The film echoes the basic concept of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s “Teorema” in a setting that brings in mind Woody Allen’s “Matchpoint”.

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