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Thessaloniki International Film Festival

Dailies from the Thessaloniki international Film Festival

The renewed 57th Thessaloniki International Film Festival (November 3-13, 2016), with a clear focus on independent cinema, attracted the cinephile audience who filled the theaters. For ten days, films and directors from all over the world, tributes, new activities at the Agora/Industry, masterclasses and parallel events, set the tone in this year’s edition, which came to its end with the awards ceremony; The Golden Alexander was bestowed to the Hungarian film Kills on Wheels by Attila Till and TIFF will welcome its audience again next year, in its 58th edition. Meanwhile, TIFF promises the cinephile audience more fascinating cinema moments all year long, through its rich annual activity. Come back for our dailies.





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51st TIFF: Dorota Kedzierzawska honorary ceremony (12/10/2010)

Polish director Dorota Kedzierzawska was awarded the Golden Alexander for the entire body of her wok at a special honorary ceremony held on Thursday, December 9th at Olympion Theater, in the presence of the Festival Director, Mr. Dimitris Eipides, within the framework of the 51st Thessaloniki International Film Festival.

“The Festival, this feast of independent, quality cinema comes to its end. We hope all cinephiles gained something through this experience”, stressed Mr. Eipides, in the opening of the event. As he pointed out, Dorota Kedzierzawska’s films are not widely known in Greece, so it is an honor for the Festival to host an almost complete retrospective of the work of the eminent Polish director.

As she received the Golden Alexander, the director greeted the audience in Greek, by saying: “It is my first time in Greece and I feel wonderful. I would like to thank the Thessaloniki International Film Festival for inviting me and honoring me, through this homage and the presentation of my films.” Ms. Kedzierzawska mentioned that, even today, she feels like a beginner. She added that each time she makes a film, she is under the same stress, wondering if the film is as she had originally planned and imagined. “From now on, each time I feel out of courage, I will cast a glance at the Golden Alexander”, she concluded.

-TIFF press release





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About Thessaloniki International Film Festival

Industry: CROSSROADS Co-Production Forum,AGORA, script-development BALKAN FUND. Competition for directors with 1st or 2nd films. Golden Alexander Prize 37.000 €

Coverage by Vanessa McMahon, Laurie Gordon



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