Sun 14th May to Sat 20th May
The London Greek Film Festival it is annual; aims to be the international meeting point for the Greek film. The London Greek Film Festival aims also, to be the crossroad between West and East for the Greek filmmaking, introducing the modern Greek film to the international public. London Greek Film Festival fosters a challenge for Greek origin and International film directors, producers, screen writers, moving image artists and actors from all over the world, to showcase their work!
The London Greek Film Festival is a project that promotes Greek or Greek related feature fiction films, short films, documentaries, animation, experimental films, video art and other kinds of moving image and filmmaking; promotes and supports also, the Greek culture in general, emphasising in modern authors, creators and artists and in ancient Greek culture. Founder and artistic director of the festival is the Film/Theatre Director and Writer, Christos Prossylis. Starting on 2008 from the scratch, we are willing to make the London Greek Film Festival one of the cities’ greatest celebrations of Greek culture.
The London Greek Film Festival is annual and provides a welcoming space to artists, film-makers, producers, actors, practitioners, academics, technologists and art-film lovers for discussion, education and networking.
Films and screenplays accepted, from:
Greek Origin Individuals and Production Companies from all over the world, with no specific subject in their work (Greek Diaspora or Greek-Cypriots included),
International Individuals and Production Companies from all over the world, with film or screenplay related to Greece (i.e. subject, myths, history or filming in Greece).
- Best Fiction Feature Film
- Best Documentary
- Best Creative Documentary
- Best Short Film
- Best Experimental Film
- Best Video Art
- Best Music/Dance Video
- Best Fiction Feature Screenplay (screenplay submissions only)
- Best Short Screenplay (screenplay submissions only)
- Best Directing (for fiction feature films only)
- Best Screenwriting (for fiction feature films only)
- Best Music
- Best Photography
- Best Actor (for fiction feature films only)
- Best Actress (for fiction feature films only)
- Best Performer (shorts, experimental and video art only)
- Audience Award (voting at the in-house screenings)
Open to the public
fiction feature/documentary: £29.00
short fiction/animation/video art/experimental: £19.00
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