AGORA’S GREEK THEATRICAL RELEASE SPREADS THROUGHOUT GREECE

AGORA ENTERS THE THIRD WEEK OF ITS THEATRICAL RELEASE IN GREECE ON THURSDAY 29 JANUARY

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After its French premiere at the International Festival of Audiovisual Programmes FIPA 2015 in Biarritz (23 January 2015) and just before entering the third week of its national theatrical release, AGORΑ, the film-arc of the Greek crisis by Yorgos Avgeropoulos, receives an overwhelming response by audiences throughout Greece. The film will continue screening at AAVORA, ALKYONIS and STUDIO theaters in Athens as well as at PAVLOS ZANNAS and TAKIS KANELLOPOULOS theaters in Thessaloniki. It also screens at VITSENTZOS KORNAROS theater in Heraklion, Crete while on January 29th it will start screening at CINE PALLAS in Arta, on February 5th at ATTIKON in Chania, Crete and on February 12th at CINELAND PANTELIS in Rethymno, Crete.

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AGORA’S GREEK THEATRICAL RELEASE CONTINUES

AGORA ENTERS THE SECOND WEEK OF ITS THEATRICAL RELEASE IN GREECE ON THURSDAY 22 JANUARY

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After a rather successful first week of its national theatrical release, AGORΑ, the film-arc of the Greek crisis by Yorgos Avgeropoulos will continue screening at the AAVORA, ALKYONIS and STUDIO theaters in Athens as well as the PAVLOS ZANNAS and TAKIS KANELLOPOULOS theaters in Thessaloniki. The film will also start screening at the VITSENTZOS KORNAROS theater in Heraklion, Crete.

An impressive mosaic that elucidates the last four years of the Greek crisis, AGORΑ is a cinematic antidote to oblivion, a film which urges us to reflect on Europe’s present and future. The film presents a recapped chronicle of the fall, investigating the political and economic high-risk experiments in Europe as well as its tragic consequences on the lives of ordinary Greek citizens.

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AGORA IN GREEK CINEMAS ON JANUARY 15, 2015!

AGORA - PosterAfter its world premiere at CPH:DOX - Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival, AGORΑ will have its national premiere and theatrical release in cinemas on January 15th 2015, during a pre-election period that finds Greek citizens amidst a social and economic crisis without a visible end.

The film will screen at the historical cinema theaters Aavora, Alkyonis and Studio in downtown Athens as well as the Olympion theater in Thessaloniki. The distribution will gradually expand to other Greek cities.

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THE LOST SIGNAL OF DEMOCRACY AWARDED AT PRIMED 2014!

PriMedAwardThe Lost Signal of Democracy by Yorgos Avgeropoulos was awarded the Mediterranean Reportage Prize at the 18th International Film Festival of Mediterranean Documentary and Reportage PriMed in Marseille!

This year’s PriMed (December 8-13, 2014) received 543 films from 39 countries. The Festival Juries selected 29 films from 19 countries for the Competition. The Lost Signal of Democracy received the Mediterranean Reportage Award, destined to the best Current Affairs film, the best investigative documentary that gets to the heart of an event, past or present, within the Mediterranean region. The filmmaker received the prize during the festival’s awards ceremony on Friday, December 12th in Marseille.

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THE LOST SIGNAL OF DEMOCRACY IN COMPETITION AT PRIMED 2014!

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The Lost Signal of Democracy by Yorgos Avgeropoulos has been selected for the Official Competition of the 18th International Film Festival of Mediterranean Documentary and Reportage PriMed in Marseille (December 8-13, 2014). The film will have its French festival premiere at the Auditorium of Villa Méditerranée on Thursday December 11 at 3pm. The screening will be followed by Q&A with the filmmaker Yorgos Avgeropoulos.

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WORLD PREMIERE FOR AGORÁ

World premiere in CPH:DOX - Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival (9 November 2014)

 

Agora - PosterAfter four years of research and production, AGORÁ, the long-awaited documentary film by Yorgos Avgeropoulos has just been completed. The film-ark of the Greek Crisis will have its world premiere on November 9 at the upcoming CPH:DOX - Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival (November 6-16, 2014).

After 13 years of ongoing reporting and documenting global issues around the world, Yorgos Avgeropoulos urgently turns his camera towards his homeland. AGORÁ observes the impact of the Greek crisis on the lives of real people from all social classes and witnesses the parallel rise of fascism and solidarity movements, while seeking answers from Greece’s most significant political personalities as well as insiders, analysts and key decision makers from the international political scene.

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