Documentary “My Octopus Teacher” will have its world premiere in Thessaloniki

Documentary “My Octopus Teacher” will have its world premiere in Thessaloniki

 

The Thessaloniki International Film Festival presents on Wednesday, July 15 the documentary My Octopus Teacher by Philippa Ehrlich and James Reed.

The documentary, an unexpected adventure, a tender story of friendship, will have its world premiere on July 15 at 21:30 in four open-air cinemas (cine Natali, cine Ellinis, cine Panorama, cine Alsos) in Thessaloniki.

The entrance to the screenings is free with entry passes. You can get your entry pass from the foyer of Olympion Theater (10 Aristotelous Square, from 11:00 to 18:00).

The screening will be in English with Greek subtitles.

 

My Octopus Teacher

Swimming for years in the freezing ocean of Africa’s south end, diver and director Craig Foster encounters an unexpected teacher: a young octopus that appears incredibly curious. Craig visits her lair and follows her for months, until he manages to win over her trust. My Octopus Teacher offers an inspired cinematic experience, while redefining the relationship between Human and the Ocean.

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