Events in Phocaea 1914
Agnes Sklavos & Stelios Tatakis
50min / 2014 / Greece, France
June 1914. The French archaeologist Felix Sartiaux was
carrying out excavations in Asia Minor. He was to witness and photograph a violent pogrom that resulted in the expulsion
of the Greek population from Phocaea. His photographs were discovered by chance, almost 100 years later in Paris, by Haris
With the support of the Institut français de Grèce.The screening will be followed by a discussion with directors Agnes Sklavo
Master of the Universe
90' / 2013 / Germany, Austria
IInvestment bankers are the real Masters of the Universe, not
politicians, armies or even countries. In economic-powerhouse
Germany, a top banker gives a disturbing insider’s account of his emotions, motivations and predictions, revealing a parallel universe of extreme income and merciless pressure - a system disconnecting bankers from the outside world, unable to reflect
on their work.
In collaboration with TIDE and the European Commission.
Mona Friis Bertheussen / 53’ / 2013 / Norway
The remarkable story of Chinese twin sisters separated at birth, until they meet again in Norway when they are eight
years old. A powerful human story about sibling love, human dilemma and the game of fate.
With the support of the Norwegian Institute at Athens and the Embassy
of Norway and in collaboration with mytwins.gr
Bardot La Meprise
115’/ 2013 / France
For the first time, we see a more sombre side of Brigitte Bardot, alluded to in her own writings and in the movies that
drained her. Blending previously unseen family archives, her autobiography, and her iconic photographs and films, we see
behind her sunny, blond, natural, ream-girl image.
With the support of the Institut français de Grèce
In collaboration with ZER-FAM, KRYOLAN and MODS HAIR
Four letters Apart
Erlend E. Mo
87' / 2013 / Denmark
The film follows three children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as they take part in an alternativetreatment
project and reveals how the children make great strides over the course of a year as the adults around them start to see each child in a new light.
With the support of the Embassy of Denmark
113’/ 2013 / Austria, Germany
This documentary argues that the modern educational system destroys children’s capacity for imagination, turning them
into robots engineered to compete. Erwin Wagenhofer travels across the world, from China to France, to explore the nature of
our educational system and how it can change.
With the Support of the Embassy of Austria
The Last Catch
Markus CM Schmidt
52' / 2012 / Germany
Once a year, European bluefin tuna migrate from the Atlantic to spawning grounds in the Mediterranean. Τuna stocks face imminent collapse, yet they are still being fished during spawning season, interrupting the natural cycle of replenishment. The fishermen, too, are now facing extinction. A desperate fight for survival is coming to a head. Who will
weather the storm?
Sponsored by Galaxidi Marine Farm
New Plastic Road
Myrto Papadopoulos, Angelos Tsaousis
45min / 2015/ Greece, Germany
The M41, known as the Pamir Highway, is the only road traversing the Pamir Mountains through Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia. The film captures how it is bringing change to the remote mountainous
villages of the Pamirs in Tajikistan.
The screening will be followed by a discussion with directors Angelos
Tsaousis and Myrto Papadopoulou.
Mike Bernard & Gavin Froome
55' / 2012 / Canada
The film showcases the pioneers of West Coast Modernist Architecture. Stepping inside their most inspired dwellings, we
discover how the light and space of a classic Modernist home can work in collaboration with the natural environment,
taking us back to the basics of true living – a sense of place, light, and a deep connection to the earth.
With the support of the Embassy of Canada
In cooperation with the Hellenic Institute of Architecture