The Festival screens and awards one-minute films about sports violence

Sunday 6/11, 17:00, et. Takis Kanellopoulos, Cinema Museum

Honoring the memory of Alkis Kampanos, who was a tragic victim of sports violence in Thessaloniki, the Thessaloniki International Film Festival has announced a competition for the creation of one-minute films by young people aged 18-30. More than 70 films were submitted to the Festival. A three-member jury selected the 13 best films, which will be screened at a special event that will take place in the framework of the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival, on Sunday, November 6th, at 5:00 p.m., in the Takis Kanellopoulos theater, at the Thessaloniki Cinema Museum. Five of the films will receive an award, accompanied by a cash prize of 1,000 euros for each film. A 5-minute film by Michael Doukakis based on a true event, will be also screened, out of competition.