Τριήμερο κινηματογραφικό αφιέρωμα με τον τίτλο «Πάσχον σώμα, υγιές σώμα και ψυχή στον κινηματογράφο»
θα πραγματοποιηθεί 14-16 Ιουνίου 2022, στις 21:00,στο Δημοτικό Κήπο Ρεθύμνου, ως δράση συνεργασίας Πανεπιστημίου Κρήτης, Δήμου Ρεθύμνης, Πολιτιστικής Εταιρεία Κρήτης, Φεστιβάλ Κινηματογράφου Χανίων και Μουσείου Ιατρικής Κρήτης. Πως αναπαρίσταται η ασθένεια και η υγεία κινηματογραφικά; Ποια είναι τα βιώματα και οι εμπειρίες ενός ατόμου που αντιμετωπίζει σοβαρό πρόβλημα υγείας, ψυχιατρικό ή παθολογικό; Ποιες είναι οι κοινωνικές
This year marks 9 years since the departure of director Theo Angelopoulos. The Chania Film Festival remembers the great Greek FilmMaker and travels with his works… Theo Angelopoulos is one of the most important Directors of World Cinema, with eclectic affinities, Bergman, Antonioni and Tarkovsky. He is the Poet of Icons and his subjects concern
With great participation, the Educational Programs of the Chania International Film Festival continue
Great participation, enthusiasm and creative meetings characterize the Educational Programs of the Chania Film Festival, which are also implemented during the current school year, 2021-2022. A few hundred trainees from all over Greece participate in the monthly synchronous and asynchronous training sessions, which are implemented through the educational platform: https://e-learning.cff-e-edu.gr/moodle/ and the educational site: https://cff-e-edu.gr/
27/01- International day of remembrance of victims of the Holocaust with a student film from the Chania Film Festival The Chania International Film Festival proposes to revisit a film created by students and teachers of Chania as part of its educational programs. A film about the annihilation of the Jewish community in Crete. SEE THN
Magical Cine Stories for children and adults in the context of the festive Christmas program of the Municipality of Chania by the Chania International Film Festival. The Chania Film Festival invites to Thursdays with Magical Cine Stories for children and adults as part of the festive Christmas program of the Municipality of Chania. From December
30/01- The Three Hierarchs. A celebration for education as well. A celebration of letters and the value of education. With the celebration as an occasion, the Chania International Film Festival proposes to see four documentaries ODE to EDUCATION and love for letters as a window of hope and emancipation. Documentaries that highlight school life and
when in Greece Culture made headlines Melina Mercouri is a personality that rose above her time, expressing over time with her attitude of life and her battles for Greece, the free spirit, the great mind, the love without limits for our country, the militant resourceful man. A star who charmed people and was much loved.
The Anarchist of Cinema Visual Artist, Director, Set Designer, Screenwriter, Writer, Nikos Koundouros was a special, emblematic personality in the world of Cinema. “It’s a great thing to have been born a Cretan,” he said. A scion of a bourgeois family, son of Joseph Koundouros, a prominent lawyer, who left his mark on the political
Greek film activist and President of Cinémathèque Française, the director Kostas Gavras, defined the boundaries of French Cinema and redefined the crime political thriller, starting in the 1960s. “Cinema plays a key role in society. I think it’s a way to get to know the world. Artists, when they appeal to thousands, sometimes millions, of
MANOS HADJIDAKIS (23/10/1925 – 15/6/1994) Manos in his own words… On June 15, 1994, Manos Hadjidakis passed away, a few months after the death of Melina Mercouri. I do not know why I always connect in my mind, these two glamorous Greeks, but I think that whoever of you has seen them in the video
MICHALIS KAKOGIANNIS (1921 – 2011). The Eclectic Director 100 years since the birth of the Great Greek Cypriot Creator The Creator of “Stella”, “Zorba”, “Electra”. The man who made Greece famous internationally. Michael Cacoyannis, son of Angeliki and Panagiotis Cacoyannis, was born in Limassol, Cyprus, on June 11, 1921. He studied Law, Dramatic Arts and
“The Song of Separation” is the first contemporary talking film, which was edited in Greek workshops. The only film signed as Director by the great Greek producer, Philopoimin Finos, as well as the film in which Lambros Konstantaras makes his first appearance (Athens 13 March 1913 – Athens 28 June 1985) the important Greek actor
The Duality of Cinema Comic actor Buster Keaton became popular from his groundbreaking films in the 1920s. Joseph Frank Keaton was born in Kansas on October 4, 1895. He was the child of vaudeville actors. He acquired the nickname Buster when he was six months old. Falling from a ladder, he recovered without suffering anything.
Luis Buñuel in 1929 joined the Surreal group of Paris. He will write about this move: “The moral and artistic intransigence of this group, the new space of its sociopolitical action, perfectly matched my temperament”. The funding for the experimental film, “Andalusian Dog” (1929) will be made by his mother, giving him 25,000 pesetas. With
“So who is the man in our time who could live without a fairy tale, without a small dream?” said Georges Melier. The magic of cinema is presented at the French Film Archive in Paris, through a unique Museum Exhibition, a tribute to the pioneering Creator Melier. In the spaces of the Film Archive, which
With this film, Greek cinema passed from Prehistory to History, Vassilis Rafailidis had written analyzing the Dragon. In 1956, at the Venice Film Festival, Greece was represented by the film The Dragon, directed by Nikos Koundouros. Koundouros’ masterpiece had provoked the most contradictory comments in its first screening that took place in the cinema Attikon.
The Chania Film Festival bids farewell to the great myth of cinema Ennio Morricone who passed away at the age of 91. The Italian composer who loved cinema wrote, in addition to classical music, music for more than 500 films and TV series. The award-winning composer received an honorary Oscar in 2007 for his overall
Three leading Greek Artists narrate the Greek Myth to the ends of the world “So let’s give him our blood to come alive. Let’s do what we can live a little longer this exquisite eater, drinker, laborer, womanizer and bum. The widest soul, the surest body, the weakest cry I have ever known in my
In 1906, the Olympic Games take place in Athens, the so-called Mid-Olympics because they take place between the Olympic Games of 1904 and those of 1908. In the Mid-Olympics, the Greek participation does not win any medals. But cinema wins. The Games are being filmed. They are filmed by the French filmmaker Leons Schneider, a
The Creator of Mafalda The Spanish cartoonist Joaquín Salvador Lavado Tejón, known by the pseudonym Quino, passed away at the age of 88. His stories with Mafalda, the comic heroine he created, from 1964 to 1973, became popular with many readers in America and Europe, as well as in Greece. Stories praised for their crucial