Issues of gender-based violence and visibility, portraits of artists that left their mark in the history of a country, analysis of the pandemic’s impact, love stories, shocking testimonies, journalistic travels, tales that convey symbolisms and culinary trips are all showcased in this year’s competition section, made up of 19 podcasts.
The 24thThessaloniki Documentary Festival presents its podcast section, which premiered at last year’s TDF and continued its successful course at the 62ndTIFF, last November. It’s important to note that Thessaloniki’s Festival is one of the first film festivals worldwide to include a podcast section to its programme, exploring the affinities between this new digital media genre with cinema. This year, Thessaloniki Film Festival in collaboration with the Louis-Lumière ENS and the French Institute of Greece, offers the award-scholarship “Award ENS Louis Lumière-French Institute of Freece, for an Upcoming Audio Documentary Creator
A total of 15 podcasts will be presented in the Out ofCompetition section of this year’s 24thThessaloniki Documentary Festival. Stories of gender-based suppression, in-depth cinematic analysis, views on our modern world,musical journeys and environmental awareness podcasts, are all part of the multifacetedOut of Competition sectio