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Screening of Greek independent short films

Vitruvian Thing, Ptolemaeon 29A, 4th fl., 54630, Thessaloniki


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Screening of Greek independent short films

Vitruvian Thing, Ptolemaeon 29A, 4th fl., 54630, Thessaloniki

Where do the movies “go”?

Eight short films assemble the mosaic of a projection dedicated to the independent film production.
Films by A. Vozinidis, K. Giannakopoulos, E. Chrysomalli, P. Kountouras, I. Theodosiadis, M. Loukanidou, T. Kafetzis, A. Tsakoumi.

Programme curation: Ira Dika


Konstantinos Giannakopoulos – Dipolo (1.35’)
Inspired by: Hans Richter Rhythm 23 23

Melina Loukanidou – Penthos (2.25’)
An approach to the mental reaction of mourning structured in 5 shots.

Alexndros Vozinidis – Lebensraum (9.29’)
Two mine workers having troubles to continue their lives after a terrible accident in the mine.

Eleni Chrysomalli – Marly (25’)
Marly, a young painter, grows up through her relationship with her mother, her best friend and the way she deals with love.

Iordanis Theodosiadis - Normal ( 10’)
Having just arrived in a city where everybody walks backwards, a shy young man has to adapt quickly in order to meet the girl that brought him there.

Thanasis Kafetzis – Who’s afraid of the dark (17.23)
A blindman and a lame. A supermarket cart.
A road trip through the city.
Who's afraid of the dark?

Aliki Tsakoumi – Ifigeneia ( 6.52’)
After Ifigenia had died, her body did not belong to her any longer.

Panagiotis Kountouras – Emoticon man ( 15’)
In a world where everybody wears emoticon masks, Nick meets Sophie, a woman that dares to express her feelings through her own face. The life of Nick will drastically change by having feelings that emoticons cannot describe.

Αdmittance by unspecified contribution policy

Die Wolke donations

At Vitruvian Thing, we acknowledge the difficult financial circumstances of this period. So, unless otherwise noted, admittance to the events we host entails an unspecified amount: you decide how much the ticket should be and, in doing so, you are supporting the artists and helping Die Wolke keep the venue running. At the entrance, we issue donation coupons to acknowledge your contribution, equivalent to receipts, as required by law.

So, upon arrival at Vitruvian Thing and checking in at the welcome desk, you can choose your own price of admission: literally as much as you think is just right for you. You receive your coupon, and enjoy the show.