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The execution of 200 Greek resistance fighters and Communists by the German occupiers on May 1st, 1944 in Kaisariani, as reprisal for the Greek Resistance ambush against Nazis. (imdb)
Mikra Anglia' (meaning 'Little England') the new film by director Pandelis Voulgaris, is based on the homonymous novel by award-winning novelist Ioanna Karistiani and unfolds on Andros island in the 1930s and 1940s. The lives of the locals during this difficult period is mainly defined by the long absence of men aboard ships worldwide, by the loneliness of women who have been left behind on the island and by the strict social structures of the epoch.
Pantelis Voulgaris's latest film tackles the still-divisive topic of Greece's 1946-49 Civil War, when the "National" army of Greece's Western-backed government fought an insurgent "Democratic" army of Greek leftists and communists....Voulgaris dramatizes these internecine events through the tale of two young brothers -- 14-year-old Vlassis and 17-year-old Anestis -- who find themselves enlisted in opposing camps after their father is killed and they are separated from their mother. (Pacific Cinematheque)
Set in 1922, is the story of a mail order bride, one of 700, aboard the SS KING ALEXANDER, who falls in love with an American photographer. She is bound for her new husband, in New York; he is on his way home to a failed marriage. (imdb)
It's a Long Road is an elegant, affecting three-part film, rendered in the director's assured, authoritative style, and dealing with three people at crucial turning points in their lives... (Pacific Cinematheque)
A moving, meditative drama set in Athens in August, a time when many flee the metropolis for the mountains or seaside. (Pacific Cinematheque)
Bill Seretis is 20 years old, uncultivated and penniless. His only asset are his mighty feet and his great talent as a football player.
The true story of a young couple (Babis and Eleni) fighting for love and freedom. An odyssey in and out of prisons during the dark period between the Greek civil war until the end of dictatorship in 1974. (imdb)
Voulgaris's excellent historical epic chronicles one of the most important and eminent figures in 20th-century Greek history. (Pacific Cinematheque)
Pantelis Voulgaris's powerful, absurdist drama, set amongst the political detainees of an island prison camp, is adapted from a novel by Andreas Frangias; Voulgaris had himself been arrested and held in an island prison in the early 1970s, during Greece's military dictatorship. (Pacific Cinematheque)
A poetic documentary that both captures and visually elaborates on the creative process of music-making. (Pacific Cinematheque)
Anna is a servant of an old lady for ten years. The old lady chooses a man for Anna. (imdb)