With a series of films entitled “People”, the 5th Cinema Festival of Chania continues at the Cultural Center of Chania Monday, October 30th.
Five films shot on a 40 year horizon. Five films that have no formal relationship with each other but meet in the appearance of people and stories marked in this period of time.
WHEN: 30th October
WHERE: Cultural Centre Chania, Andrea Papandreou
For exact starting time please call 2821 344403
Entrance: free, optional long-term food supply and medicines for the Social Grocery
About the films:
1. Born in Paleochora, Kendano and New Zealand in 1975 – among other filmmakers, Michael Hava’s” Once upon an Island “talks about a relationship that developed between the Cretans and Maori during the occupation. A rare historical document shown for the first time in public.
2. “Tracing the Steps of the Apostle Paul”. The documentary by Gregory Karantinakis, script by Anastasia Manos follows the steps of Apostle Paul. A historical path in which the Apostle Paul knows the Lord and his spiritual vision (first projection, production of cosmote tv).
3. “Irenaeus Galanakis, a peaceful revolutionary”.
The documentary by George Koukourakis and Thodoris Papadoulakis about the life of Irenaeus Galanakis. A unique path of faith, struggle and Galanakis’ pioneering social work that changed the lives of thousands of people in Crete and Germany.
4. Do people with disabilities have rights? This question – among other things – is also approached by Chaniotis director Stavros Psyllakis with his emblematic film “The Man Who Involved the Universe” presented in a new completed editing.
5. “Santoalla” by Andrew Becker and Daniel Merer (USA). A woman in the Galician region, northwest of Spain, is looking to find out what happened to her partner. Police are investigating. Life goes on. Until the truth comes to light.
Entrance to all the actions of the Chania Film Festival and its parallel actions is free, with an optional long-term food supply and medicines for the Social Grocery and for the city’s structures.
For complete programme (Greek) click here
Source: Haniotika Nea