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I Love Greece – Vancouver

$20.00

Jean and Marina, a Franco-Greek couple, are going to Athens for their summer holiday. There they meet up with Marina’s exuberant Greek family and a country in economic crisis. As they prepare to spend a romantic getaway on a small Cyclades island, Marina’s entire family decides to come along. Nothing will go as planned under the fiery Attican sun…

 

Directed by : Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas
Produced by : Apaches, Soldats
Writer: Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas, Chloé Larouchi
Cast: Stacy Martin, Vincent Dedienne, Maria Apostolakea, Panagos Ioakeim, Vanna Karamaounas, Stelios Mainas, Sofia Seirli, Alexandros Spanos, Alkis Panagiotidis, Nana Mouskouri
Location: Dunbar Theatre, 4555 Dunbar St, Vancouver, BC V6S 2G7
Saturday, September 30th 2023 at 17:00
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I Love Greece – Feature Film

Jean and Marina, a Franco-Greek couple, are going to Athens for their summer holiday. There they meet up with Marina’s exuberant Greek family and a country in economic crisis. As they prepare to spend a romantic getaway on a small Cyclades island, Marina’s entire family decides to come along. Nothing will go as planned under the fiery Attican sun…

Directed by : Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas
Produced by : Apaches, Soldats
Writer: Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas, Chloé Larouchi
Cast: Stacy Martin, Vincent Dedienne, Maria Apostolakea, Panagos Ioakeim, Vanna Karamaounas, Stelios Mainas, Sofia Seirli, Alexandros Spanos, Alkis Panagiotidis, Nana Mouskouri

 

The ticket includes the screening of the short films “Cat Postale” and “Socks Manifesto

 

Cat Postale:

Chantal is a young female cat that grew up on a touristic seaside village. The end of the tourist season turns her birth town into a ghost town. Along with a clowder of other strays, Chantal embarks on an odyssey across the small island in search of a peculiar monk named Aquarelle – the man who she believes is destined to be her foster parent. Surviving through the wilderness will force Chantal to grow. Thus, before surrendering to domestic life, she will have to question her true nature once again.

 

Socks Manifesto:

Director Statement

– Nothing is self-evident
-Find your traveling companions on life’s journey
– Art makes life more beautiful