focus on the greek diaspora


Immigration in Greek Cinema (1956-2006) arrives from Melbourne's sister city, Thessaloniki, to explore the resonance of the homeland and its place in filmic representations of the migrant experience.

Friday 18 - Sunday 27 January 2008
Full $13 Concession $10 
Six Session Pass Full $60 Concession $48

Curated by the Thessaloniki International Film Festival

dollars and dreams

Ian Daifas snappy, romantic comedy.

the photograph

An allegory of modern Greek history. Screens with Letters from America.


One of the most talked about films in contemporary Greek cinema.

from the snow

Sotiris Goritsas award-winning feature. Introduced by the director.

panel discussion

Join international filmmaker Constantine Giannaris (Hostage) and local commentators.


Highlights in all its complexity, the modern surge of social estrangement sweeping Europe.


A young pizza delivery boy guides the viewer through a Greek metropolis where immigrants have claimed the cityscape.

the immigrant

Nestoras Matsas classic melodrama set in rural post-war Greece.

to the ship

A triptych of three stories connected through the main character (played by the director himself).


Pantelis Voulgaris' international hit.

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