Saturday 29 November 2014 6:00PM
SOLD OUT! Admission from now on is only free at the door on a "first come first serve" basis
Eleni, a professor of cardiology in London, has been estranged from her father, Kyriakos, for many years. Kyriakos has never forgiven her for leaving her country. When Eleni's husband, Harris, is posted to China on an open-ended contract, she realizes the danger of a new uprooting and decides to visit Greece and make peace with her father. But when she reaches home, nothing she finds is as she expects. Nina, a woman from Serbia, is living with Kyriakos, looking after him and his big estate. It seems Kyriakos has been keeping a few secrets of his own.
SPECIAL GUEST - Director Maria Douza
Born and raised in Greece, Maria Douza graduated as Film Director from the National Film and Television School of England, in greater London, in 1994, with a record of seven short and medium length films (the awarded The Bridge 30' and The Island 50' among them). In 1998, she returned to Greece and worked as Commercials and Social Awareness spots director, Government Commercials for the Euro-Elections and the General Elections in Greece, as well as spots about Domestic Violence and Energy Saving. At the same time, she directed some documentaries (social, ethnographic, cultural) including The Making of Free Diving, Family Feast, The Agas Trial. In 2003, she started writing her first feature screenplay A Place Called Home, which travelled in many festivals and won the Astron Best Feature Film Award, at the San Francisco Greek Film Festival, and another seven awards at the Cyprus International Film Festival, including the Golden Aphrodite Best Feature Film Award and Best Screenplay Award.