The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia Inc has great pleasure in launching the national run of the 26th Greek Film Festival. Five movies, five sessions, four days of eclectic Greek cinema at Palace Nova Eastend Cinemas from 10 – 13 October, 2019 (presented nationally by Delphi Bank).
We invite you to the opening night on Thursday 10 October at Palace Nova Cinemas. Join the myriad of Greek cinema lovers and feel the vibe at this year’s launch with the opening blockbuster film, ‘1968’, a film by Tassos Boulmetis. Tickets sell for $35 per person, including pre-drinks, the official launch and the screening of the film. For bookings and tickets visit Palace Nova online at www.palacenova.com or in person.
As we prepare for the film event of the year, here’s a quick look at this year’s films.
1968 by Tassos Boulmetis (2018)
(Opening night) Thursday 10 October at 5.45pm Entry $35 including pre-drinks
April 4th, 1968: Greece is under right-wing military rule. 80,000 people have gathered at the stadium, while millions are glued to their radios. Also, A.E.K., the well-known Greek basketball team founded in 1924 by refugees from Constantinople, after 44 years, beats SLAVIA of Prague and wins the European Cup.