October 67, 2012
New York City Greek Film Festival
Despite the turmoil caused by the country’s financial crisis, Greek cinema continues its burst of creativity. And despite enormous funding difficulties, Greek filmmakers are turning out cutting-edge films that probe and question their country’s predicament. Audiences at prestigious festivals are taking notice, spurring the current interest in recent Greek cinema. The New York City Greek Film Festival offers New Yorkers the opportunity to discover some important emerging filmmakers. After the opening weekend at the Museum, the festival continues with screenings at the Paris Theatre (October 10), the Auditorium on Broadway (October 12–14), and Cinema Village (October 15–17). For more information, visit nycgreekfilmfestival.com.
All films are in Greek with English subtitles.
Two Men and a Baby (Mia fora kai ena... moro)
Saturday, October 6, 4:30 p.m. Screening
God Loves Caviar (O theos agapaei to haviari)
Saturday, October 6, 7:00 p.m. Screening
Christmas Tango (To tango ton Hristougennon)
Sunday, October 7, 4:30 p.m. Screening
Sunday, October 7, 7:00 p.m.