Voyage to Cythera

An old communist returns to Greece after 32 years in the Soviet Union. However, things aren’t the way he had hoped for.

The Beekeeper

A bee keeper, Spiros, travels from the north to the south of Greece with his bees to meet the spring.

The Travelling Players

The Travelling Players is an epic Greek film from director Theo Angelopoulos that tells the story of a family between the years of 1939 and 1952. The film is one of the most influential Greek and also European films to be featured internationally.

The Suspended Step of the Stork

Alexandre, a TV reporter, is working for a few days in a border town, where a lot of refugees from Albania, Turkey and Kurdistan are packed in. Among them, he notices an old man and thinks he his an important greek politician who disappeared misteriously a few years ago. Back in Athens, he asks this politician’s former wife to come and identify him. A slow and dry meditation about inhumanity of borders.

Landscape in the Mist

Road movie about two children searching for their father who is supposed to live in Germany. Their obsession for this father figure will take them to the boundaries between childhood and adolescence.

Eternity and a Day

Alexander, a famous writer, is very ill and has only a few days to live. He meets a little boy on the street, who is an illegal immigrant from Albania. Alexander then takes the boy home.

Ulysses’ Gaze

“A,” a Greek filmmaker living in exile in the United States, returns to his native Ptolemas to attend a special screening of one of his extremely controversial films. But A’s real interest lies elsewhere–the mythical reels of the very first film shot by the Manakia brothers, who, at the dawn of the age of cinema, tirelessly criss-crossed the Balkans and, without regard for national and ethnic strife, recorded the region’s history and customs. Did these primitive, never-developed images really exist?