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HFC supports IMMF 2018

The 8th International Simultaneous Short Film Festival Micro μ is about to be launched. The festival will take place at eleven cities in Greece and abroad simultaneously on the 13th and 14th of October.

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Kantades: Giorgis Christodoulou – Egypt

SATURDAY 19.3.2016 CAIRO – Arab Music Institute of Cairo Opera House at 20.00’
MONDAY 21.3.2016 ALEXANDRIA- Sayed Darwish Theater (Alexadria’s Opera) at 20.00

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Children’s Theater Workshop – Alexandria

Thursday March 10,  2016 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

HFC–Alexandria in collaboration with Gudran for Art and Development invites children up to age 10 to join the theater group Parodos for games and improvisation on the theme of “A Sea Voyage.” The children will be active participants and the performance will have be in both Greek and Arabic.


47th Cairo International Book Fair

Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Alexandria in partnership with the Greek Cultural Center in Cairo is representing Greece at the 47th Cairo International Book Fair.

The 47th Book Fair in Cairo was inaugurated Wednesday, January 27, 2016 by the Prime Minister of Egypt, Mr. Sherif Ismail, who was accompanied by the Minister of Culture Mr. Helmy Namnam and other officials. Continue reading 47th Cairo International Book Fair

Mediterranean Neighborhoods – Alexandria

Mediterranean Neighborhoods – A Photo Exhibition
Maximos Chrysomallidis, Vana Charalambidou, Dimitris Moungos
Opening: January 20, 19:00, the exhibition will run till February 10
Hellenic Foundation for Culture
Sidy Mitwaly 18, Attarin, Alexandria

The photo exhibition Mediterranean Neighborhoods brings together moments caught by the photographers Maximos Chrysomallidis, Vana Charalambidou and Dimitris Moungos in countries around the Mediterranean – Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. Beaches and cityscapes, people and their characteristic faces, the colors of the sea and of the Mediterranean sky, and the ubiquitous gulls are the links that connect neighborhoods and expressions in places so different and yet so close.