The second Dublin Greek Film Festival takes place from Thursday 21 April to Sunday 24 April at Chester Beatty Library, Filmbase, Omniplex Rathmines and The Sugar Club. The Festival will be presenting cinematic visions of Greece through features, documentaries and short films along with special events.
‘After the successful first edition the festival is back to Dublin to present not only recent Greek movies but also to introduce Greek music to Irish audiences. Everybody knows about ancient Greece but we want to give people the opportunity to explore modern Greek culture and cinema’ says Kiki Konstantinidou, Co- Founder of the Festival.
The Dublin Greek Film Festival will kick off with the screening of the award winning music documentary A Family Affair, (Best Documentary at Hellenic Film Awards 2015; FIPA D’or at Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels 2015), at the Chester Beatty Library on 21 April at 6pm. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Angeliki Aristomenopoulou.
The festival will close with a fundraiser for refugees in Greece at The Sugar Club.
For more information about the programme visit the Festival’s website www.greekfilmfestival.ie or find Dublin Greek Film Festival on Facebook, Twitter or Google +