7th annual London Greek Film Festival
                6-17 October 2014
 
film & script submissions
 
The regular deadline to submit films & scripts has now expired. A great thank you, to all producers, directors, artists & writers for their film & script submissions! Selected films and scripts will be announced soon!
 
Films and Screenplays accepted from:
Greek Origin Individuals and Production Companies from all over the world, with no specific subject in their work (Greek Diaspora & Greek-Cypriots included), or
International Individuals and Production Companies from all over the world, with film or screenplay related to Greece (i.e. subject, myths, history, locations or filming in Greece).
 
Call for Sponsors  

London Greek Film Festival offers a range of sponsorship opportunities adaptable for professionals, organizations and companies of all sizes. Sponsors of London Greek Film Festival receiving attention and recognition for their business and support to the success of the festival. Six levels of sponsorship are available at LGFF 2014; other tailored made options can also be discussed.

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Talking about us:

“Whether those [recent Greek films] represent a dawn or twilight for the country's film-making, will be easier to judge after this event, which brings a handful of features, shorts and documentaries.” The Guardian

“In the face of adversity, Greek cinema battles on.” Time Out London

“It is an extremely important event which promotes Greece and its culture to London, a major cultural metropolis of Europe. (...) It presents one of Greece’s best-known showcases and meeting points for emerging talent, and seeks to promote the importance of film as a means to develop the next generation of filmmakers and moving image artists. (…) Definitely consists one of the most important initiatives of cultural diplomacy in the British capital.” Embassy of Greece in London, Press Office
 

 
 
Professional Directory by London Greek Film Festival: Greek Theatre & Film Production Companies & Film / Stage Professionals from all over the world.
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Επαγγελματικός Κατάλογος του Φεστιβάλ Ελληνικού Κινηματογράφου Λονδίνου:
καταχωρήσεις Ελληνικών Εταιριών Παραγωγής και Επαγγελματιών από το χώρο του θεάτρου, του κινηματογράφου και της τηλεόρασης, από όλο τον κόσμο.

                                                          www.greekfilmnetwork.com


 
Professional Directory by London Greek Film Festival: Greek actors, performers, dancers, singers, models & musicians from all over the world.
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Επαγγελματικός Κατάλογος του Φεστιβάλ Ελληνικού Κινηματογράφου Λονδίνου:
Έλληνες ηθοποιοί, performers, χορευτές, τραγουδιστές, μοντέλα & μουσικοί από όλο τον κόσμο.
 
                                                           www.greekcasting.com 

 

Members of the Greek Film Lovers Club supports the London Greek Film Festival & can vote for their favourite films and scripts at the upcoming London Greek Film Festival (Odysseus Awards - Greek Film Lovers Club Award). Thank you very much in advance!

                                                           www.greekfilmlovers.com
 
 
6th annual LONDON GREEK FILM FESTIVAL 2013   
ODYSSEUS AWARDS
 
BEST FICTION FEATURE FILM
10th day. Directed by Vassilis Mazomenos. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST CONCEPT FOR FICTION FEATURE
My Blood. Directed by Diamantis Karanastasis. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST DOCUMENTARY
Mitsigan – Hardships & Beauties. Directed by Kimon Tsakiris. Greece, 2013.
 
BEST CREATIVE DOCUMENTARY
Foreign Land. Directed by Kyriaki Malama. Greece, 2013.
&
Dimitris Papadoulis - The multiple gift. Directed by Stella Alisanoglou. Greece, 2013.
&
Welcome to the Show: Pavlos Sidiropoulos’ music legacy. Directed by Kostas Pliakos, Alexis Ponce Psarros. Greece, 2013. 
 
BEST SHORT FILM
To Pantopoleion. Directed by Alkis Sdougkos. Greece, 2013.
&
Joey. Directed by John Evagora. Australia, 2012.
&
Santa Who? Directed by Dimitris Moutsiakas. Greece, 2011.
 
BEST ANIMATION
Apodemy. Directed by Katerina Athanasopoulou. Greece, UK, 2012.
 
BEST EXPERIMENTAL FILM
Greek Crisis Lexicon. Directed by Yiorgos Nalpantidis. Greece, 2012.
&
All those friends. Directed by Angelos Spartalis. Greece, 2013.
 
BEST VIDEO ART
Self Exile. Directed by N. Giavropoulos. Greece, 2009.
 
BEST FICTION FEATURE SCRIPT (script competition only)
Rhodes to Love. Written by John Vasicek. USA, 2012.
&
Spartan shields. Written by “thesseven|” (Theodore Dalianis, Max Serafim Efstratiadis, Achilleas Geromoschos, Panos Karadoukas, Panos Kechagioglou,  Νikos Sapountzis, Despoina Theodosiadou, Sofia Zachou). Greece, 2013.
 
BEST SHORT SCRIPT (script competition only)
The promise. Written by Αndriana Sapriki. Greece, 2013.
 
BEST DIRECTING (fiction feature films only)
Vassilis Mazomenos.
10th day. Directed by Vassilis Mazomenos. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST ACTOR (fiction feature films only)
Patrick Fryer, Constantine Markoulakis.
The Telemachy. Directed by Alexander Nally. UK / Greece, 2013.
 
BEST ACTRESS (fiction feature films only)
Lizz Njagah.
The return of Lazarus. Directed by Alexandros Konstantaras. Greece, 2013.
&
Vicky Volioti.
My Blood. Directed by Diamantis Karanastasis. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST PERFORMER
Kleon Grigoriadis.
A night in Athens. Directed by Dimitris Arvanitis. Greece, 2013.
 
BEST SCREENPLAY (fiction feature films only)
Diamantis Karanastasis. (adaptation from the original play by Marianna Calbari)
My Blood. Directed by Diamantis Karanastasis. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST MUSIC
Nassos Sopilis.
Mitsigan – Hardships & Beauties. Directed by Kimon Tsakiris. Greece, 2013.
&
Sakis Tsilikis.
Greeks on uncertain flight. Directed by Abdolreza Kohanrouz. Greece, 2012.
 
BEST PHOTOGRAPHY
George Papandrikopoulos.
10th day. Directed by Vassilis Mazomenos. Greece, 2012.
 
NEW DIRECTOR AWARD
Tasos Giapoutzis.
It’s a good life. Directed by Tasos Giapoutzis. UK, 2013.
&
Danae Papaioannou.
Daphne (not in your eyes). Directed by Danae Papaioannou. Greece / France, 2011.
&
Eleanna Santorinaiou
Do you remember when we used to go to the sea? Directed by Eleanna Santorinaiou. Greece, 2012. 14.24’. World Premiere.
 
HONORARY AWARDS
Kostas Kazakos.
Perspectives. Directed by Alexandros Papathanasiou. Greece, UK, 2013.
&
Nikitas Tsakiroglou.
Grey route. Directed by Andy Papadimitriou. Greece, 2012.
 
GREEK FILM LOVERS CLUB AWARD
Rhodes to Love. Written by John Vasicek. USA, 2012.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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