Thessaloniki Documentary Festival to Be Held Online 19-28 May

THESSALONIKI – The 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival that was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic will be held via the internet from Tuesday, May 19 to Thursday, May 28 with the support of the Culture Ministry.

The jury will watch the films online and will bestow the awards

The films will be available for watching and each film will be offered for 400 views to users based exclusively in Greece as the Film Festival of Thessaloniki has undertaken an international initiative establishing geographical restrictions for the viewing of online festival events, which aims at the protection of the films and the festival.

More information on the programme and the online viewing of the films will be available shortly.

Stay tuned at the online sites of the festival.

Website: www.filmfestival.gr

Digital archive: www.myfestival.gr

Facebook Page: facebook.com/filmfestival.gr/

Agora / English Page: facebook.com/AgoraTIFF

Youtube Channel: youtube.com/user/filmfestivalgr

Instagram: instagram.com/filmfestivalgr/

Blog: blog.tiff.gr


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