23-27 JANUARY 2019

THE MUSEUM OF THE OLIVE AND GREEK OLIVE OIL

129, Othonos Amalias, Sparta

24-25,27 JANUARY 2019

THE OPEN-AIR WATER POWER MUSEUM

Kefalari Ai-Gianni, Dimitsana

24-25 JANUARY 2019

ENVIRONMENT MUSEUM OF STYMPHALIA

Lake Stymphalia

IN COOPARATION WITH
PIRAEUS BANK GROUP CULTURAL FOUNDATION

EDUCATIONAL ZONE
FOR ALL MUSEUMS

24 JANUARY

ZONE A' (10:00)
Copernicus, Brahe & Kepler: Three Great Astronomers | Panos Anestis (30’)
The lives and adventures of Copernicus, Brahe and Kepler take place in an exciting era, when a new vision of the world was born, through the ashes of the stars! These great astronomers changed once and for all, the way people looked at the skies!
Galileo: Fighting in the Dawn of Modern Science | Panos Anestis (40’)
Exploring new insights into Galileo Galilei' s life and scientific works, we follow one of the greatest men in the History of Science to a journey through intense social, academical and political battles. For the Dawn of Modern Science.
ALL LEVELS
ZONE B' (11:30)
Knossos, the labyrinth of Myths | Nikos Ntayantas (52’)
Who discovered Knossos first? Was the mysterious building that the English Arthur Evans discovered really a palace? Who was sitting on the famous “Throne of Minoas?” What role did the myth of Minotaur play in the history of the discovery and the interpretation of the well-known archeological site? What was the labyrinth after all? The documentary presents the hidden aspects of the story of Knossos from antiquity until today, posing questions about the nature of the archeological interpretation.
ALL LEVELS
ZONE C' (12:30)
The Khufu Pyramid Revealed | Florence Tran (52’)
The Great Pyramids are the only wonder of the ancient world that still stand today, the greatest of which is the pyramid of Khufu. Many theories have been offered to explain its construction, but none as convincing or unique as this one.
+10

25 JANUARY

ZONE A' (10:00)
SOS Animals in danger | Angelos Kovotsos (25’)
The documentary refers to the Viper of Milos, the sea turtle Caretta-Caretta and the brown bear, as examples of wild animals of the Greek nature that their populations are at risk and for this reason are protected.
Forms of Life, Forms of Breath | Vaggelis Eythimiou (54’)
Fifty- four minutes devoted to biodiversity . From the peaks of the mountains to the depths of the seas fourteen scientists are trying to give us information and examples for life on our planet . What is the state of biodiversity today and what the attitude of the people in this topic ?
ALL LEVELS
B’ ζώνη (11:30)
Alexander the Great, the Macedonian | Bernard George (52’)
This film takes a fresh look at the world of Alexander the Great, via material and artistic remains of ancient Macedonian civilization. Through a new perspective the actor Jonathan Hostier, reincarnates Alexander the Great, giving him voice and contemporary breath. The film is punctuated by extracts from Laurent Gaudé’s "The Blue Tiger of the Euphrates”, in an attempt to understand the world of Alexander and the inner motives which led him to the expedition that changed the world.    +10
ZONE C' (12:30)
The Secrets of Nazca | Michael Kaschner (52’)
The Nazca Lines in southern Peru are gigantic figures carved into the ground, representing mythical creatures, animals and geometrical patterns. The largest are over 200 meters in breadth. Scientists have long speculated about their meaning. This documentary incorporates the latest research to show how the patterns were most likely dug to appease the gods and beg them to send rain. The drawings document a change of climate that transformed a once flourishing land into a desert.
+10

THE MUSEUM OF THE OLIVE AND GREEK OLIVE OIL

23 JANUARY

18:00 Painting… | Ioanna Neofytou, Dimitris Stamatis (25’)
In the Skaramanga’s Refugee Camp Greece, a group of refugee children from Afghanistan at the age of 10-13, paint their experience and memories from the war and their journey to Europe. They describe through their drawings their city as they remember it, the city that they 've found shelter in and the city that they wish to live in the future.
18:30 Α Tree Remembers | Konstantinos Follas (88’)
This is the story of Lidice, levelled and – literally – eradicated by the Nazis in retaliation for the murder of Reinhard Heydrich. However, despite the heavy death toll it paid, the Czech village –twinned with Distomo– not only was not erased from the map but constitutes a symbol in the fight against Fascism.
20:15 Stealing Rodin | Cristóbal Valenzuela Berríos (80’)
When a celebrated sculpture briefly went missing from a Rodin exhibition in Santiago, the "theft" turned out to be a provocative statement, masterminded by a precocious art student.

24 JANUARY

18:00 Shadows of Dreams | Dimitris Gerardis (80’)
“Shadows Of Dreams” focuses on how people can have a totally different perception of time. People, whose profession relies on beating the limits of time and how they face those limits in their life.
19:30 The Panguna Syndrom | Olivier Pollet, Alexandre Berman (52’)
On the island of Bougainville, an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea, the revolt continues. The Bougainville Crisis, a war waged by colonial powers to crush the indigenous resistance and protect their interests in the giant mine of Panguna may only be the tip of the iceberg.

25 JANUARY

18:00 Punishment island | Laura Cini (55’)
"Punishment Island" is a feature documentary about a tiny island in remote Uganda where women were abandoned for getting pregnant before marriage.
19:00 The last guardians | Joe Tucker, Adam Punzano (45’)
Two tribes in the Ecuadorian Amazon struggle to preserve their culture and way of life against the encroachment of oil companies. 'The Last Guardians' offers a unique insight into the way that indigenous people live and see the world, and also a warning of what the world stands to lose if their rights and beliefs are not respected.
20:00 Europe, The Dream| Angelos Kovotsos, Anneta Papathanasiou
(80’) – Director Present
Three teenagers, one Greek, one Syrian, and one Afghan, are dreaming a free and comfortable life in a "perfect" Europe. Through the their agonistic personal paths that bring them closer to their dream, they find that perfect Europe does not exist and how their dreams can be canceled through harsh practices and nightmarish situations.

26 JANUARY

18:00 Nikos Mamangakis: The Last Word | Takis Sakellariou (63’)
Nikos Mamangakis speaks from his heart for the last time. Familiar and unknown, international and local, elitist and popular, he served many musical species and left behind emblematic works. Unique salvaged pieces from his last concert and the rehearsals, important audiovisual material, are framing 84 years of musical life, heritage of passion for the human, art and life.
19:15 The road to Sparta | Barney Spender (60’) - Director present
The Road to Sparta follows the fortunes of four runners, including "UltraMarathon Man" Dean Karnazes, as they attempt to follow in the footsteps of Pheidippides and complete the gruelling 246 kilometre Spartathlon in just 36 hours.
20:30 Lunádigas | Nicoletta Nesler, Marilisa Piga (78’)
Lunàdigas is an exploration of the worlds of women who have chosen not to have children. This is a complex and little known dimension, containing surprising pulsations and motivations which vary deeply from one woman to another.

27 JANUARY

18:00 So help me god | Yves Hinant, Jean Libon (99’)
In this unapologetic and politically incorrect portrait, an extraordinary and eccentric Belgian judge takes viewers behind the scenes of real-life criminal investigations. The stranger-than-fiction documentary makes for a wild and riveting ride.
19:45 Me and my shadow: A documentary film about Nikos Papazoglou | Ioannis Grigoropoulos, Michalis Aristeidou (100’)
A group of friends begins a journey to get to know Niko Papazoglou, the person behind the music. Τhey visit the places where he lived, loved, and composed. A road trip all over Greece – from Athens to Nisyros and Thessaloniki, guided by music.

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25 JANUARY

18:00 A woman captured | Bernadett Tuza-Ritter (89’)
A European woman has been kept by a family as a domestic slave for 10 years. Drawing courage from the filmmaker's presence, she decides to escape the unbearable oppression and become a free person.
19:45 Nikos Mamangakis: The Last Word | Takis Sakellariou (63’)
Nikos Mamangakis speaks from his heart for the last time. Familiar and unknown, international and local, elitist and popular, he served many musical species and left behind emblematic works. Unique salvaged pieces from his last concert and the rehearsals, important audiovisual material, are framing 84 years of musical life, heritage of passion for the human, art and life.

27 JANUARY

18:00 Piripkura | Bruno Jorge, Mariana Oliva (79’)
. Piripkura sheds light on the tragedy befalling indigenous Amazon people—the systematic violence used against them is a constant menacing presence. Despite the impressive resilience and tenacity of the last of the Piripkura, an inevitable question hangs in the air: how long can it last?
19:30 Me and my shadow: A documentary film about Nikos Papazoglou | Ioannis Grigoropoulos, Michalis Aristeidou (100’)
A group of friends begins a journey to get to know Niko Papazoglou, the person behind the music. Τhey visit the places where he lived, loved, and composed. A road trip all over Greece – from Athens to Nisyros and Thessaloniki, guided by music.

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