Chania Cinema Film Club: ‘Ας περιμένουν οι γυναίκες’ / ‘Let Women Wait’ – Chania 29th November

The Chania Cinema Film Club premieres this season with Stavros Tsiolis’ comedy film Let Women Wait (1998) as a tribute to Tsiolis’ recent death. It is the second part of the trilogy Women.

WHEN: 28th November 22.00
WHERE:Attikon Cinema, (winter cinema) Dragoumi 1 / Iron Politechniou, Chania
Running time: 87′29 Nov CCF

In Greek language.

Stavros Tsiolis was born in Tripoli in 1937. He studied at the Stavrakos School . In 1968 his first film, The Little Runaway, was released by Finnos Film, for which he continued to direct films.
Fifteen years later he returns with the film A Long Distance (1985) that  won 6 awards at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival. He directed 13 films in total, while working as an assistant director in over 50 films. He died in Athens last July.

Panos and Michalis are two craftsmen who start full of enthusiasm from the industrial zone of Thessaloniki  to go to Thassos, where their families are vacationing. On the way though, the elusive encounter with a singer interrupts their journey. The third craftsman Antonis, who is in charge of the care of three families, is worried

More about Stavros Tsiolis’ work:

The Chania Cinema Film Club:

‘Dear Friends,
Following the great success of the 7th Chania Film Festival, we are back again this year with our Club’s established film meetings.

From Thursday, 28th November 2019, and every Thursday at 10pm, we will meet in the hospitable hall of the ATTIKON cinema,  with  excellent viewing conditions and with a unique program of films and other cinematic activities!
Old and new movies, creators and workshops, discussions…’


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