A Drowning Man nominated for the Short Film Palme d’ Or in Cannes 2017

15 Apr 2017

Nine films have been selected from 4.843 submissions to compete for the short film Palme d’Or in Cannes 2017. Among them, A Drowning Man by Mahdi Fleifel, a Final Cut for Real (DK) and Nakba Films (UK) production, co-produced by Homemade Films.

The Dragon Has Come selected for Cinelink 2017

15 Apr 2017

Christos Passalis’ debut feature The Dragon Has Come was selected for the Cinelink co-production market 2017. The project will participate at the Development Workshop held in Sarajevo in March 2017 and return in August 2017 for presentation at the festival’s Industry Days.

The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea funded by Eurimages

15 Apr 2017

After receiving production funding by the Greek Film Center, ERT, Nederlands Filmfonds, NRW, FilmVast and the Swedish Film Institute, Syllas Tzoumerkas’ third film, a co-production of Greece, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden, is funded by Eurimages, the European Cinema Support Fund.
The film has just entered pre-production and shooting will start later this year.

Limbo wins the Best Short Film Hellenic Film Academy Award 2017

15 Apr 2017

Konstantina Kotzamani’s multi-awarded short film ‘Limbo’ won the Best Short Film Award at the Hellenic Film Academy Awards 2017.

Limbo wins the 2016 European Film Awards nomination

26 Aug 2016

Limbo won the 2016 European Film Awards nomination at Sarajevo IFF, where it participated at the International Competition Section.
The members of the jury were initiator, curator and producer Renen Schorr (Israel), costume designer Lejla Hodžić (Bosnia & Herzegovina), and producer Sanja Ravlić (Croatia).
Limbo is now one of the 15 short films nominated for the European Film Awards.

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22 Jul 2016

Greek Film Centre supported Syllas Tzoumerkas’ new film The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea and Emre Yeksan’s first feature The Gulf. The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea is a co-production of Greece, the Netherlands, Germany and Sweden and The Gulf a co-production of Turkey, Germany and Greece.


22 Jul 2016

Limbo & Konstantina Kotzamani wins the Future Filmmaker Award in Palm Springs International Shortfest (US) and the Best Fiction Film Prize in Curtas Vila do Conde (Portugal).

Limbo selected at the 55th Semaine de la Critique Cannes

03 Apr 2016

Limbo, the new short film by Konstantina Kotzamani, will have its world premiere at the 55th Semaine de la Critique in Cannes, which runs from 12-20 May 2016.

Limbo will compete for the Leica Cine Discovery Prize and the Canal+ Award, awarded by an an exceptional jury, composed of 5 important filmmakers revealed with their first or second feature at La Semaine in the past 5 years.

For more info: www.semainedelacritique.com

Her Job & Nikos Labot selected for First Films First

09 May 2016

Her Job, the new film in development by Nikos Labôt, was selected to participate at the First Films First / Goethe-Institut Young Directors’ Academy South-Eastern Europe 2016. The project is one of the 8 selected out of 159 projects submitted. The program will take place in Transilvania IFF, Manaki Brothers IFF, the Auteur FF and Sofia IFF.

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Interruption, Fig and Hail Arcadia nominated for the Hellenic Film Academy Awards

12 Mar 2016

9 nominations for Yorgos Zois’ Interruption (including best first film director, best screenplay and supporting role actress for Alexia Kaltsiki), best short film nomination for Nicolas Kolovos’ Fig, and 3 nominations for Filippos Koutsaftis’ Hail Arcadia (including best documentary), at the Hellenic Film Academy Awards. Complete list of nominations at HFA