The Anti-fascist film festival kicks off today in Athens

The Organization for the Collective Management and Rights’ Protection of Motion Pictures Producers ERMEIAS, organizes an Anti-Nazi-Antifascist Film Festival on December 10-16, at the Studio cinema. The festival highlights the concerns and thoughts about an alarmingly growing phenomenon. It will feature the films Children of Rome Open CityWith the Glow in the EyesThe Silence of the SeaBetrayalBloko, Rome, Open CitySon of Saul. These carefully selected films, offer not only food for thought and reflection, but also an access to rare works that have left their mark in cinematic history.

The festival ends on Monday, December 17, with the conference titled “An Approach to the Anti-Nazi, Anti-Fascist Cinema” which will take place at the General Secretariat of Information and Communication’s Amphitheater. The conference speakers are: academics George Andritsos, Lizianna Delveroudis, Vangelis Karamanolakis, Marina Maropoulou and the film critic Ninos Mikelides. During the conference,Takis Kanellopoulos’ film Uranus will be screened.

Entrance to the films and the conference is free.

Source ERT
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