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5 Film Festivals around Europe not to be missed this autumn!

Whether you are a filmmaker or “just” a movie enthusiastic who loves combining passion with travelling, you should keep an eye on these Film Festivals! They are all going to take place this autumn around Europe so you have plenty of time ahead to start deciding and organizing your next trip. Cyprus International Short Film […]

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Konstantina Kotzamani- Washingtonia

Washingtonia – a unique portrait of a city and the hidden everyday life of its people

 The title “washingtonia” of Konstantina Kotzamani’s short film is a kind of a tropical palm tree, native to the southwestern United States. It was one of the types of palm trees that Athens imported during the Olympic Games in 2014 in order to make the Olympic city much more exotic and appealing to all of […]

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 “Dreams on Sale”: the Power of Dreaming in Today’s Society

“I never dream”. How many times have we heard this sentence from friends, relatives or people we barely know? Truth is that everybody dreams. This doesn’t mean that everybody are always able to remember what they dreamt about. Personally, it doesn’t happen very often and when I do remember I cannot quite put into words […]

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love at last

Love, finally?

opinion by Oana Zamfirache based on the film Love at Last by Stasha Tomic The film tells the story of young girl Alisa who is being courted by a boy she met in her childhood and  the rules that they have to respect if they are to marry with the community’s blessing. From a feminist […]

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Do we still need national heroes?

A discussion of Deyan Bararev’s Botev is an Idiot by Ana Grgić The modern society with its endless museums and archives, selected and selective commemorations and remembrances, does it suffer from too much memory and can forgetting be good? The German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, raised some central questions on the use of history in his work: How […]

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