With great pleasure, the online 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival announces its awards and thanks the audience for the remarkable participation. Until the 8th day of the festival, 72,000 free tickets were given and 113 documentaries were sold out. The Festival runs until May 28.
How does human presence on Earth, jeopardise the future of our planet? In the context of the 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, the participants of the online open discussion, which took place on Sunday, May 24, on the Festival’s YouTube channel, had a discourse on the Anthropocene Age and its geological, environmental, social, philosophical, political and cultural implications. The discussion was attended by Yiannis Boutaris, president and founder of Arcturos, Kostas Stasinopoulos,...
The 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival goes online and presents 210 documentaries from all over the world, original tributes and a series of live open discussions.
The Thessaloniki International Film Festival presents the third part of the project “Spaces” with the participation of seven renowned directors from all over the world. In “Spaces #3” the filmmakers share with us the short films that they have prepared at home, presenting an image of the quarantine which tears down all borders. The project is presented on the Festival’s YouTube channel, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports.
The 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival which was postponed due to the international coronavirus crisis, will take place online from Tuesday, May 19th until Thursday, May 28th, 2020, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports.