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Dear colleagues

It is this time of the year again and …the show must go on!

 

Against the odds and despite the fact that COVID 19 is separating us and keeps us in distance, our team already started preparing for the new edition of the fest, so save the dates: 20-24 January 2021!
With a brand new name, new LOGO and new website, the Greek Film Festival in Berlin gets in its new phase and era.
The call for entries is online already, so we’ll be more than happy to receive your submissions!
Submission link
For press inquiries please contact
sofia@thegreekfilmfestivalinberlin.com
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Emerging Greeks Award 2020

Best Film Award to MELTEM by Basile Doganis (France, Greece) A deeply touching and well developed film that succeeds to combine two family stories with the refugee’s issue, on the suffering Greek island of Mytilini – showing that, in the end, our cruel world is one… The element of the two French boys of Arab and Black African background that authorities cannot touch because of their official identities, shows the absurdity of this immense global problem the best way possible through this well acted, emotionally powerful film.

 

 

Communication & Press

Sofia Stavrianidou (Germany, Greece)

sofia.stavrianidou@gmail.com

+49 1577 6872980

+30 6946 775702

 

 

 

 

Hellas Filmbox Berlin 2019 -Special Event

Audiovisual Industry: Α Growth Challenge for Greece”

Speech and Discussion with Lefteris Kretsos, Deputy Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media

Thursday, January 17th, 18.00, Saal 2 Babylon, Rosa Luxemburg Platz

A speech on the growth of the audiovisual industry and the new financial motives of making films in Greece will be given by Lefteris Kretsos, Deputy Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media in the context of the 4th Hellas Filmbox Berlin (16.-20. January 2019). The speech and the following discussion with professionals, journalists and the audience is entitled “Audiovisual Industry: Α Growth Challenge for Greece”.

Cinema, television, video games and the new entertainment platforms consist fertile grounds for growth being incorporated into the new growth law. Upon his appearance at the 4th Hellas Filmbox Berlin the Deputy Minister will analyse the parameters of the new term “cash rebate” –the financial return of 35% of any production expenses made in Greece- and the new “friendly” financial environment that enhances the motives to make audiovisual productions and co-productions in the country. Mr. Kretsos, among others, will answer queries regarding:
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– Which are the conditions for joining the new financial program?
– What is the status quo regarding the co-productions?
– What is the process of implementing the reimbursement in Greece ?
– Why is the Greek financial context more attractive that the other countries’?

Lefteris Kretsos holds a PhD in Industrial Relations. Up until 2015 he served as an Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management at the University of Greenwich, London. Recently he has participated in European research and academic programs on industrial relations and social rights. He has published several related books on the subject matter. In 2015 he was appointed General Secretary of Information and Communication, and from December 2016 until August 2017 he served as General Secretary of the Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media. In August 2018 he was appointed Deputy Minister at the Ministry of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media.

 

Communication & Press

Sofia Stavrianidou (Germany, Greece)

sofia.stavrianidou@gmail.com

+49 1577 6872980

+30 6946 775702

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Sofia Stavrianidou

sofia.stavrianidou@gmail.com