7 awarded short films and documentaries will be screened in the original Greek version with English or French subtitles. Total duration: 132 minutes. The films are suitable for children older than 16. The same films will be screened on both days.
THE LAST DAUGHTER by EVI KARAMPATSOU
Documentary, 21 min, 2018
Who becomes a mother? Anyone… Anyone ….
I could have been her mother… And Aurora could have been my daughter…
I didn’t receive her alive, but dead… It’s the same, though…»
CALLING by ARTEMIS ANASTASIADOU
Fiction, 16 min, 2017
A violent event fractures the relationship between a Mexican-American seamstress and her intellectually challenged adult son.
GO FOR BROKE by MARINOS SKLAVOUNAKIS
Fiction, 30 min, 2018
Michalis is in debt to the banks and in a desperate attempt addresses a loan shark. Andreas, a friend of Michalis, wants to help his friend. The only solution is to place a bet…
AVANOS by PANAGIOTIS CHARAMIS
Fiction, 20 min, 2018
Tasos, an ex-convict, feels guilty of a workplace accident his friend had at the slaughterhouse where he works. Kiki, a waitress at the local tavern, once again falls victim of sexual harassment. When they both find themselves under extreme pressure, the explosion and its consequences are at hand.
FOURTH WALL by DIMITRIS GKOTSIS
Documentary, 10 min, 2018
The fourth wall is the invisible aspect of the social fabric, which looks unchanged, with the only difference being the characteristics of people. People breeding in order to produce, surviving rather instinctively. The film is based on the notes of a ten-month trek.
CHANDELIER by ANTONIS GLAROS
Fiction, 10 min, 2018
Eumenis Nolakis, an army officer, is trapped in a dark box. Soon he will realize that it is his coffin, on his funeral day. He will inevitably come face to face with all the important people of his life for the final account. And the ups and downs are just around the corner ... of Hades.
HECTOR MALOT - THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR by JACQUELINE LENTZOU
Fiction, 25 min, 2018
The last day of the year is dawning under the moon, while Sophia has a dream and does not tell anyone about it: while walking in the desert, she learns that she is ill. She pretends she does not care. Has she lost her heart?