“New Horizons” Film Festival includes 10 Greek films this year. The Polish festival acknowledges the “strange, new” Greek cinema trend, as it calls it, and gives room for the promotion of Greek films that are “increasingly gaining a leading place” in European Cinematography.
In collaboration with the Greek Film Centre (GFC), it will present 10 Greek films that it considers “representative” of this new Greek cinema trend at Wrocław, Poland, from July 24-August 3.
The 10 films included in the Festival are the following:
Kynodontas (Dog Tooth) by Yorgos Lanthimos
Attenberg by Athina Rachel Tsangari
Adikos Kosmos (Unfair world) by Philippos Tsitos
Chora Proelefsis (Country of Origin) by Syllas Tzoumerkas
O Mahairovgaltis (The knifer) by Yiannis Economides
To agori troi to fagito tou pouliou (The boy eats the bird’s food) by Ektoras Lygizos
Luton by Michalis Konstantatos
Proti Ili (Raw Material) by Christos Karakepelis
And 2 more films that were first screened at European Festivals last spring:
To spiti (The house) by Athanasios Karanikolas – screened at the Berlin Film Festival
Xenia by Panos Koutras – screened at Cannes Film Festival