Posted by Taryn Hunter
15. Oct, 2012
|October 18, 2012|
Alienation, family conflict and death are just some of the powerful and poignant themes explored in this year’s Greek Film Festival, set to kick off in Melbourne on the 17th of October.
Now in its 19th year, the film festival celebrates all that is Greek, beyond gyros and the Acropolis, with 26 feature films and eight shorts and docos making up the program.
Help celebrate, with ouzo in hand, Sydney Film Festival Best Film winner Alps about an alliance formed in unlikely circumstances, or the Greek Student Film Festival showcasing the community’s best up-and-comers.
WHEN: Wednesday 17 October – 4 November
WHERE: Palace Cinema Como, 299 Toorak Road, South Yarra
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