A nurse, a paramedic, a gymnast and her coach offer a service for hire wherein they stand in for dead people by appointment, hired by relatives, friends or colleagues of the deceased, to assist with the grieving process.
Lost in the Bewilderness
Lost in the Bewilderness is a feature-length documentary about the filmmaker’s cousin Lucas, kidnapped at age five from his native Greece, and found on the eve of his 16th birthday in the US. This story of international parental abduction, filmed for over twenty years, chronicles Lucas’s journey of growth and self-discovery, and culminates with Lucas becoming a father himself. Lost in the Bewilderness is not only a detective story but also a lyrical meditation on childhood, lost and found, ...
Aris is a young man living between two worlds. On the one hand, his professional space in the world of entertainment, which thirsts for brilliance, money and power. On the other hand, the suffocating family and the crisis that has hit the country and worsens human relations, which are in any case complicated and traumatic. The protagonist tries to find his balance through love, which also betrays him. Will he finally find a way out?
Flowers and Bottoms
An unidentified man sits in a dark room and watches an obscure film titled “Flowers and Bottoms”; a surrealist story about longing and loss, in the age of cyber roulette.
The story of a child who had to go through Hell in order to find Paradise.
The Eye and the Brow
The associative thoughts of a lonely man who has committed suicide out of love.
In Andreas Angelidakis' "Vessel" our screens are the vases of Ancient Greece—devices for communication, consumption, immersion and alienation. By recalling Diogenes the Cynic, who lived in a pithos with his dog and from where he denounced the wrongs of society and trolled other thinkers, the film conflates past, present and future to reflect about the material and immaterial cultures and infrastructures that shape our lives.
A Buddy Already Dead
Apart from one chicken in a freezer, a trumpet teacher, keeps also the corpse of his mother. Is there life after death?
Love like there’s no tomorrow
A man wishes he could turn back time to correct the mistakes he made in his relationship. The timing, destiny and the meaning we give to love are the subject of this dramatic film that intends to involve the audience in a unique way, since the story will not be able to complete without their intervention.
Tattoo artist Billy and unemployed Nakos are best friends from Athens. Old bachelor Nakos is a racist, obsessed with the victim mentality, and he rages at Greece’s increasing immigrant numbers. Billy, however, is in favor of foreigners coming. They meet in Amerika Square in Athens because of Syrian refugee Tarek.
“Xa mou” means “to do whatever I feel like” in the Cretan idiom. Johnny, the film’s main character, is a French man who lives in Crete. He unexpectedly loses his job, but he is reborn when he discovers the small pleasures in everyday life.
In this ticking clock action-thriller, a courier's last delivery of the day may also be the last day of his life. Strapped with explosives, he must fight for his life while trying to solve a mystery involving both his family and a criminal empire.
A mistake made by the bride rejoins 4 old friends of disaster and a father in law! 5 guys go to Thassaloniki to tear everything down. A father in law gets in a hearse in order to kill a love in the making. An ex-girlfriend dances tango with her memories as a partner. A cancelled wedding and a relationship that starts with the brides vail floating at the wind of independence.
It is a movie following the coming-of-age for a boy; the story begins in the mid-60s, continues all through the 70s, and finishes in 1981. He is a creative young man facing the troubles of the first pangs of love and we observe the way he tries to handle them within his social surroundings, his family, and environment.
On a very hot day in Athens, Stephanos, the eldest brother, is working out while his mother is planning a day out. After another intense argument, Stephanos is left alone to take care of his two younger siblings as well as Lucy, the family's sick dog. The day is spent pleasantly between summery laziness, pizzas, teenage flirting and phone calls that remain unanswered.
Roza of Smyrna
An avid collector of Greek objects in Asia Minor, Dimitris, prepares an exhibition on multicultural life in Smyrna before World War I. In a trip to Izmir his girlfriend Rita, he finds in a small antique shop a Greek wedding dress that is stained with blood and an old photograph that send him on a journey to bridge the past with the present.
Alba, 11 years old, passes her days in silence. She loves little animals. She has learned to cope with her mother's illness, helping her to use the bathroom. Alba plays silently so that her mother can rest during the day. One night Alba's mother gets worse, and has to be taken to the hospital. With no one else to take care of her, Alba is sent to live with her father, who she hasn't seen since she was three years old. Living with her father is almost unbearable. Embarrassment, her first ...
At the end of their tour of duty in Afghanistan, two young military women, Aurore and Marine, are given three days of decompression leave with their unit at a five-star resort in Cyprus, among tourists. But it's not that easy to forget the war and leave the violence behind.
Kostis is a 40-year-old doctor that finds himself in the small island of Antiparos, in order to take over the local clinic. His whole life and routine will turn upside down when he meets an international group of young and beautiful tourists and he falls in love with Anna, a 19-year-old goddess.
A father and son go on the run after the dad learns his child possesses special powers.
Andi Ngjela, who was baptised as Nikos Gelia when he came to Greece, is very different today from the days of his childhood in Albania. He is considered one of the most talented actors of his generation, who starred in the film "Xenia" by Panos Koutras, one of the most important films of modern Greek cinema. Nikos Gelia was born in Albania in the early 1990s in a turbulent period for the neighboring country. At a young age he migrated with his parents to Greece. How was it for a child to ...
Andreas Lentakis: A Romantic Fighter
The life, the political actions and the spiritual journey of Andreas Lentakis. And through them, the course of the Greek Left and its political history during the second half of the 20th century.
The After Life
Michalis, unable to accept the loss of his wife, keeps cooking every day for two dishes, in a vain effort to keep her memory alive. Despite the efforts of his brother-in-law, he retreats to himself and his cooking routine. But, suddenly, the "other" dish starts being consumed daily...