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9th Psarokokalo International Film Festival, August 5 - 9 - 2015
5 August 2015
 
 
   
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The annual International Short Film Festival Psarokokalo is held (mainly) in Athens as part of a project aiming to research, promote and develop the art of filmmaking. The festival program includes screenings of short films from Greece and abroad as well as audiovisual events, masterclasses, exhibitions and live concerts.

Greek School Prayer by Thanasis Neofotistos (Greece, 2014, 20΄)

The quality of its screenings, lectures and exhibitions makes it a reference point for cinephiles, filmmakers, professionals and new artists, while, each year the activities of the festival expand, receiving more participations from different countries and getting bigger support from filmmakers and professionals. 

For the 9th year, Psarokokalo gathers the best short films from the most important international film festivals (Cannes, Sundance, Rotterdam, Clermont-Ferrant and others) which make their debut in Greece.

A global mosaic of film works through the selection of approximately 4000 movies from 68 countries , gives viewers the opportunity to discover the artists of the future through 65 shorts, and come into contact with different cultures, through the seventh art.

The International Competition section includes screenings of selected, festivalistic short films from all other the world (fiction, animation, documentary, experimental films) competing for the festival΄s Audience Award.

Pledge by Christos Gkotsis (Greece, 2015, 15΄)

The Special/Thematic Screenings section includes tributes to major international film fests, acclaimed directors, retrospectives as well as other thematic screenings. Τhe section gives the audience the chance to get acquainted with the work of acclaimed artists, social matters of international interest as well as special techniques of production for short films. This year features Italian shorts from the Ιnternational Film Festival Sardinia, a compilation of South Korean films and the Panorama programme, which includes the following recent Greek shorts:

5 ways 2 die by Daina Papapaki (Cyprus, 2013, 16΄)


Pledge by Christos Gkotsis (Greece, 2015, 15΄)


Tom by Theofylaktos Argyrou (Greece, 2014, 13΄)

A Portrait by Aristotelis Maragkos (Greece, 2014, 2΄)

At the same time, Special Screenngs will introduce a new competition section, Architecture Film Day, screening a number of international shorts. In 8-9-10 October, the festival will give appointment in the Artistic station of Hydra island and announce the Architecture Film Day΄s awards on 16-17 October at the School of Fine Arts in Athens, where the Film Market Psarokokalo will be hosted.


Source: Psarokokalo official website
 
 
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