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Petit Plan : Americana ΙΙ

Festival

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Hellenic American Union Theater

The popular tribute to American short films is back for a 2nd season with free screenings for all at Hellenic American Union’s theater.

Petit Plan: Americana II will showcase films from three prominent American film festivals for three days of movies celebrating equality, diversity, social justice, human rights, and, above all, good cinema!

The program features free screenings of short films that were presented as part of the following festivals.

 

All films are screened with Greek subtitles.

 
 

 

 
 
 

Miami Short Film Festival

  • Miami Short Film Festival. The festival presents work by the world’s best up-and-coming independent filmmakers.
 

Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival

  • Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival.  The first Frameline Festival was held in 1977 and  has since become one of the largest queer film festivals worldwide with over 60,000 visitors annually.

Children's Film Festival Seattle

  • Children's Film Festival Seattle. Founded in 2005 the festival is now the largest children’s film festival on the West Coast, with thousands of screenings, school programs and educational activities.

Wednesday 19th October, at 19:30

The program will be presented by Soultana Koumoutsi, artistic director of Psarokokalo International Short Film Festival.

 

Feeling Through

Doug Roland, 18’

 

Ten Years

Ryan Firpo, 14’

 

Life on Mars

Troian Bellisario, 12’

 

The Mechanical Dancer

Jenna Jaillet, 13’

 

A.M.A.

Peter Ebanks, 15’

 

Eat the Rainbow

Brian Benson, 20’

 

Divorce: The Greatest Hits

Michael Medico, 15’

 

Pearl

Patrick Osborne, 6’

 

Twinsburg

Joe Garrity, 16’

 

Thursday 20th October, at 19:30

Frameline: San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival.  The program will be presented by Andrea Gilbert (Athens Pride), Nancy Papathanasiou (OrlandoLGBT+) and Mel Kalfadi (Positively Different Film Festival).

 

The Infamous T

Melissa Koch, 30’

 

Happy Birthday, Marsha!

Torumaline & Sasha Wortzel, 14’

 

Were You Gay in High School?

Niki Ang, 13’

 

Flex

Matt Porter & Charles Gould, 16’

 

Friday 21st October, at 18:30

Children's Film Festival Seattle. The program will be presented by Koula Panagou, educational programs’ manager at Children’s Rights Network.

Bristles

Quentin Haberham, 2’

 

Kenya's Symphony

Carlos Douglas, Jr., 5’

 

Bellysaurus

Philip Watts, 8’

 

Bench

Rich Webber, 2’

 

Wash Day

Jaida Salmon, 2’

 

Polar Bear Bears Boredom

Koji Yamamura, 7’

 

Sounds Between the Crowns

Filip Diviak, 15’

 

Trails of the Morning  

Masa Avramovic, 3’

 

Kayak  

Antoine Rossi, 6’

 

Elevator Alone

Anastasia Papadopoulou, 4’

 

The Girls of the Wind

Heloise Ferlay, 3’

 

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