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Greek Animation – Belgrade

Greek Animation in Belgrade

On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Greek animated film (1945-2015), the Greek Union of Animation ASIFA Hellas (Greek branch of the International Association of Animation ASIFA – Association Internationale du Film d’Animation) is organizing jointly with greekanimation.com projections of Greek animated films in Greece and abroad. Continue reading Greek Animation – Belgrade

European Day of Languages – Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, Koper

Hellenic Foundation for Culture in cooperation with EUNIC participates in the 2015 European Day of Languages in Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest and Koper.

A few pictures from the events:

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Athens: September 26, 2015, 10:00-16:00 at Klauthmonos Square. Continue reading European Day of Languages – Athens, Alexandria, Belgrade, Bucharest, Koper

All the Months … in Novi Sad

Our exhibition All the Months Have Their Virtues, and So Do You, can currently be seen at the public library of Novi Sad, organized by HFC–Belgrade, where the exhibition ran earlier in the year. The exhibition is adapted by the authors, Evi Gerokosta and Christina Frangeskaki, a book published by Armos Publishers, with lovely illustrations by Giorgos Kordis. The exhibition features folk tales, proverbs and customs associated with each of the months in Greek folklore. Giorgos Koukousidis gave a talk at the opening in Novi Sad to provide further background to the presentation.

Alexandros Papadiamantis – A series of events in Belgrade

HFC–Belgrade invites you to a series of events around Alexandros Papadiamantis, 1857-1911, noted Greek novelist known as the “patron saint of Greek letters.” The events include an exhibition with archival material about Papadiamantis and his oeuvre, screening of the film by Eleni Alexandrakis “Nostalgia,” which is based on Papadiamantis’ short story of the same title, as well as two lectures.

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Archaeology Documentary Festival

HFC-Belgrade is representing Greece at the 16th Festival of Archaeology Documentaries with the film Knossos, the Labyrinth of Myth, which focuses on Evans and his excavation of Knossos. The festival runs March 19-25 at the National Museum in Belgrade, and you can see the Greek film on Sunday March 22, 20:00 in the Frescoes Gallery.

Photo: Sir Arthur Evans, Theodore Fyfe, Duncan Mackenzie at Knossos, 1900. From the Arthur Evans archive at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.