Projects in development and projects in progress from all over the world will be unveiled at Evia Film Project (15-19 June 2022) hosted by Thessaloniki International Film Festival.
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Open call for submissions for the Podcast Section of the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival
The Podcast Section of the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival (3-13/11/2022) is delighted to invite podcasters from Greece and abroad to submit their works.
Submit your projects to the Agora of the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival
Supporting for another year the Southeastern European, Mediterranean and Greek cinema, Agora, the Industry section of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival that has been supported for years by Creative Europe Media, invites filmmakers to submit their film projects and films to the sections Agora Film Market, Crossroads Co-production Forum and Agora Works in Progress, in the framework of the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival (3 - 13/11/2022). The Agora continues the successful initiatives Thessaloniki - Locarno Industry Academy, Meet the Future and Agora Short Film Lab and presents the new voices of Greek cinema.
Εvia Film Project // 15 – 19 June: A five-day celebration full of green cinema at North Evia
With innovative actions, film screenings in unexpected places, exciting masterclasses, workshops, educational programs and concerts, the Evia Film Project has prepared a five-day celebration of green cinema in North Evia, following last summer’s devastating wild fires. The Evia Film Project is part of the special rehabilitation and reconstruction program for the island of Evia, planned and executed by the Ministry of Culture & Sports.
Submit your film to the 63rd Thessaloniki International Film Festival (3 - 13/11/2022)
NEW DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: August 1st, 2022
Screening of the documentary "Dying to Divorce", in collaboration with Amnesty International’s Greek Section
In collaboration with the Greek Section of the Amnesty International, Thessaloniki Film Festival hosts three screenings (26-28 April) of the documentary Dying to Divorce at Stavros Tornes theater, with a free admission for the public.