The Plaza Theatre
1113 Kensington Road
This film is an immersion into the life of one of the monasteries of Holy Mount Athos. Secluded monastic life full of authentic characters and everyday saints comes forth onto the screen from under the wraps of our mundane priorities. What emerges is a fascinating account of a completely unparalleled way of life within a thriving monastic community in the midst of the twenty-first century.
Runtime: 1 hour 20 minutes
Showtime: Sunday, October 2 | 14:30
In the summer of 2004, audiences looked on in disbelief as the Greek National Football Team, a country that had never previously won a single match in a major tournament, took down the giants of world football to become the unlikeliest of European Champions. The architect behind this unprecedented triumph was legendary German football coach ‘King’ Otto Rehhagel. After accomplishing every major success in Germany, he made the bold decision to leave all he knew behind and work in a foreign country with the underachieving Greek National Team. This is the story of how these two contrasting cultures came together to speak the same language and write a new chapter of Greek mythology.
Runtime: 1 hour 21 minutes
Showtime: Sunday, October 2 | 17:00
Key Casts: Traianos Dellas, Panagiotis Fyssas, Vassilis Gagatsis
The historical incidents and facts that preceded and occurred during the occupation of Smyrna in 1922 by the Turkish army, including the massacre of the local Greek and Armenian population, are recounted through the lives of the Baltatzis family members.
Runtime: 2 hours
Showtime: Saturday, October 1 | 19:30
Key Casts: Mimi Denissi, Rupert Graves, Susan Hampshire, Jane Lapotaire