Τhe anniversary 40th National Short FF in Drama, is now complete and the GFC was present not only with the 6 films that participated in the Competition Programme and have been co-funded by the Centre, as well as with financial prizes that mainly intent to support new filmmakers.


In this framework, the GFC awarded equal Motive Awards, of 2,000 € each, to 4 films, as a support for the realization of their filmmakers’ next film:


“Kalinixta” by Thanos Kermitsis
“Maneki Neko” by Manolis Mavris
“Ourania” by Despoina Kourti
“Still” by Mavra Peponi


The GFC also gave the “Pitching Lab” Award to Omer Capoglu for the project from Turkey “Who shall we kill tonight?” (2,000 €), for the originality and the sensitivity of the film’s subject, and also with the hope that it further contributes to the collaboration of young filmmakers of neighborly countries. Futhermore, the GFC supported with financial prizes the following awards:


-Special Award “Sokratis Dimitriadis” for the category “Greeks of the World”: “Testing Greta” by Abbie Lucas (1,000 €)
-Award “Tonia Marketaki” for the Best Female Director: “Ourania” by Despoina Kourti (1,500 €)


The Special Award “Dinos Katsouridis” for the Best Newcomer Director was given to Sofia Georgovassili for “Preparation”. The film has been supported by the GFC, and the same applies for “The Ticket” by Haris Stathopoulos which won the Honorary Distinction for the Best Sound (Vaggelis Zelkas), as well as the Award of the Federation of Greek Cine Clubs.

 

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In the 23rd ISFF in Drama, Greece and “Dam” by Giorgos Teltzidis received the Best South and Eastern European Film Award, while Cyprus was honoured with a Special Mention for “The Insignificant Life o Helen Pavli” by Michael Hapeshis.

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