After a nine year journey in the Balkans, BBB Short Film Festival is returning to Athens from 17 to 20 October with a cinematic spirit full of surprises. Drawing inspiration from the theme e-motions it will feature a four-day festival full of short films, workshops, cultural walks, photographic interactive events, open discussions and interactive events with organizations and partners from various fields.
It is time to for you to watch the Balkans through our lenses!
The screenings programme consists of 3 levels:
- COMPETITION: Balkan productions and co-productions inspired of this year’s theme “ e – motions ” and Q&As with the directors
- NON COMPETITION – TRIBUTES:
- BBB FOCUS : SCOTLAND in cooperation with Edinburgh Short Film Festival
- YOUTH AND LABOR / WOMEN AND LABOR with the support of the Special Secretariat Management Sectoral Operational Program of the European Social Fund
- «#EUandME short films» in cooperation with Europe Direct ELIAMEP and the support of the Representation of the European Commission in Greece
- BBB FRIENDS : Special screening
- NON COMPETITION – INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME
Stay tuned in order to learn more about the final screenings and parallel activities programme as well as the venue!
The Festival is taking place under a sharing consortium of partners such as the Biennale of Western Balkans, Youthmakers Hub, KINITRO, Europe Direct ELIAMEP.
This year, for the first time, BBB is presenting a special feature “Youth and Labor / Women and Labor” which is implemented through the Operational Program “Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning” and is co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund) and National Funds. Its co-funded projects deal mostly with the improvement of education and employment in Greece. Its main targets relate to the development and promotion of human resources skills, activities against unemployment, strengthen social cohesion and social inclusion of vulnerable social groups, improvement of the quality of education & lifelong learning, awareness on environmental education, linking education with the labor market.
The film tribute has FREE ADMISSION and it’s accessible to disabled people. KINITRO and HANDS UP will take the responsibility for the successful implementation of the accessibility and education of our staff.
«The tribute «YOUTH AND LABOR / WOMEN AND LABOR» is co-funded by:
WITH THE SUPPORT