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4th Peloponnesian International Film Festival “Bridges”
4 December 2013
 
 
   
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The 4th Peloponnesian International Film Festival “Bridges” will be held this year from 7-15 December in Cineplex LAIS in Corinth. 

Since its foundation, the Festival stands out by the creation of “Bridges”, a theme that highlights Peloponnese΄s geopolitical and historical relation to the rest of Greece, as well as the rest of the world, and the significant role of Corinth΄s isthmus to its unification with the rest of Greece. It is this unification that, through the seventh art,  creates an intercultural bridge to connect Greece with the rest of the world.

During the Festival the audience will have the chance to watch the work of young directors from all over the world screening for the very first time. Of course, one of the most important moments of the festival is the  International Competition. The jury which will decide who΄s gonna win the great Golden Pegasus award, consists of distinguished film professionals from Greece and abroad. 

The main program includes 70 feature, short, documentary and animation films from 20 countries-most of them are greek- which will screen at Lais Theater in Corinth. 

Among the features of the International Competition we meet films from Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Serbia and Romania. 

DramaKarma by Valentin Andrei (Romania, 120min)
Unknown Land by Manuel de Coco (Greece, Cyprus, Yemen, 78min)
Ice by Jelena Bajić Jočić (Serbia, 120min)

Ice by Jelena Bajic Jocic

Apart from the International Competition the Festival organizes parallel screenings and programs including a master class from Olympia Mytilineou, screening of features, shorts, documentary and animation and an artistic live program at the awards ceremony. 
An open discussion panel and a tribute to the director Thodoros Maragos will take place with projection of his films, short, feature-length and documentaries such as Lifers, What My Eyes are Going to See etc. Giorgos Pyrpassopoulos΄ film 4Ever which won the Best Performance Award for Giorgos Pyrpassopoulos and Monica McShane at London Greek Festival 2012will screen in the Panorama section.

Lifers by Thodoros Maragos

In the “less than 20min” short category the audience will have the opportunity to watch the 2nd and 3rd place winners of altcineAction! Online Short Film Festival for Balkan Filmmakers, A Hard Working Robber by Michael Felanis (Greece, 14min) and Butterfly by Haris Gioulatos (Greece, 13min) as well as one more participation from altcineAction!, the great animation Eight- Minute Deadline by Zina Papadopoulou (Greece, 8min).

The Peloponnesian International Film Festival aims to promote and support young talented Greek filmmakers, to organize an annual meeting for professionals and film lovers from all over the world and to highlight Corinth and Peloponnese in general as one new cinematic and cultural destination.

 
 
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