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AT PALACE NOVA CINEMA
Greek Film Festival 11-14 October 2018
The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia Inc has great pleasure in launching the national run of the 25th Greek Film Festival. Five movies, five sessions, four days of eclectic Greek cinema at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas from 11 – 14 October, 2018 (presented nationally by Delphi Bank).
We invite you to the opening night on Thursday 11 October at Palace Nova Cinemas. Join the myriad of Greek cinema lovers and feel the vibe at this year’s launch with the opening blockbuster film, ‘The Last Note’, a film by Pantelis Voulgaris. Tickets sell for $35 per person, including pre-drinks, the official launch and the screening of the film. For bookings and tickets visit Palace Nova online at www.palacenova.com or in person.
As we prepare for the film event of the year, here’s a quick look at this year’s films.
THE LAST NOTE
by Pantelis Voulgaris (2017)
(Opening night) Thursday 11 October at 6.00pm Entry $35 including pre-drinks
The film is based on the true story of 34 year-old Napoleonda Soukatzidi who was hired as an interpreter for a German General at the Chaidari military barracks in Athens. But he was one of the victims at the execution of 200 Greek resistance fighters and Communists by the German occupiers on May 1st, 1944 in Kaisariani, as reprisal for the Greek Resistance ambush against Nazis.
by Christos Georgiou (2017), Ticket price: Adults $19.50, Concession $16.50
Friday 12 October at 6.30pm
When George sees his daughter Margarita facing him through the teargas, he and his wife Sofia decide that father and daughter should go to their country house for a few days in an attempt to protect their daughter and to salvage whatever might be left from their relationship.
THE BACHELOR 2
by Yiannis Papadakos (2017), Ticket price: Adults $19.50, Concession $16.50
Saturday 13 October at 6.30pm
A long forgotten friend is getting ready to be married, so an opportunity for a bachelor party will not be missed by our beloved heroes. There is one significant difference tough, that will test their limits: The wedding will take place in Crete and the Cretan relatives of the bride are not joking at all. New friends and also enemies will join the team. They will confront Cretan vendettas but also the consequences of the most epic bachelor party ever.
by Antonis Floridis (2017), Ticket price: Adults $19.50, Concession $16.50
Saturday 13 October at 9.00pm
A burned out soap opera writer turns his gaze upon his dysfunctional neighbours, but gets more than the inspiration he bargained for.
by Andreas Morfonios (2017), Ticket price: Adults $19.50, Concession $16.50
Sunday 14 Οctober at 7.00pm
Akis drives a taxi trying to make do with his debts. Timos is a famous TV presenter who lives every day as if it was his last. Akis and Timos, very close as young brothers but alienated in their adult routines, star in a moving, tender, optimistic and highly humorous film about the sweeping power of life and the brotherly love that surpasses all the misunderstandings of the past.
For the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia
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