11th International Archaeological Film Festival – Day 4
The Greek Film Archive
Iera Odos 48, Athens
13 May 2022
The so-called archeological film does not only deal with the research, excavations, discoveries and monuments created by humans, but also with the conditions and the surrounding atmosphere of each era. It is a complex work with scientific, social, political, but mainly anthropological details. And these details do not concern the man of a specific geographical place and time, but the Man everywhere around the globe, the “Ecumenical Community”. This year’s event is dedicated to the ecumenical Mikis Theodorakis and will take place between the 10 and 16 May.
The idea of an Archaeological Film Festival, which was missing from Greece, a country intertwined with the very concept of archaeology, was inspired by the director Memi Spyratou in 1995, after successive awards at similar festivals abroad.
16:30 Return (Turkey | Τουρκία, 18’)
16:50 The Radkan Tower (Iran | Ιράν, 30’)
17:20 Mixi (India | Ινδία, 7’)
17:27 The dome of the sky (Ιran | Ιράν, 8’)
17:35 Tribe Mark (Senegal | Σενεγάλη, 8’)
17:43 Stateless | Χωρίς πατρίδα (Turkey | Τουρκία, 14’)
18:00 The Eternal Springtime (Spain | Ισπανία, 26’)
18:30 Antintalo | Αντίνταλο (Greece | Ελλάδα, 4’)
18:35 Hellenic Places: Hermoupolis | Τόποι του Ελληνισμού: Ερμούπολη (Greece | Ελλάδα, 17’)
19:10 Thus speaks Taram-Kubi. Assyrian Correspondance | Έτσι μιλάει η Taram Kubi. H αλληλογραφία των Ασσυρίων (France | Γαλλία, 46’)
20:00 Marat, Robespierre, sick men of the revolution (France | Γαλλία, 53΄)
21:00 1001 faces of Palmyra (France | Γαλλία, 90’)
General Admission: 5€
The event follows all required guidelines of the public health authority to prevent the spread of COVID 19.
Closest Metro Station: Keramikos
Metro to Venue: 4 minutes walking
Wheelchair Accessibility YES