The National Hellenic Museum is proud to be a venue for the 2012 Greek Film Fest Chicago. On October 6th, nine films in the “Young Ambitions” student category will be shown at the Museum at starting at 6:00 pm. Kostas Chaliasas, a young and incredibly talented filmmaker from Thessaloniki, who’s being called a “Greek Spielberg.” He writes, he directs, he stars in his films and he will be at the National Hellenic Museum THIS Saturday.
KISSES TO THE CHILDREN Screening
Friday, October 5, 2012 7:00 pm KISSES TO THE CHILDREN Greece, 2011, 115 min. Dir: Vassilis Loules in attendance. Q&A with the director – courtesy of the American Friends of the Jewish Museum of Greece
Saturday, October 6, 2012 6:00 pm BEHIND THE SUN Greece, 2011, 13 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas in attendance. 6:15pm AT THE MERCY OF GOD Greece, 2006, 15 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas 6:30pm WINDOW ON NATURE Greece, 2010, 5 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas 6:35pmAPPEARENCES ARE DECEPTIVE Greece, 2008, 10 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas, 6:45pmFRIENDSHIP WITHOUT BORDERS Greece, 2011, 12 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas Greece, 2006, 15 min. Dir: Kostas Chaliasas 7:00pm TURN OVER A NEW LEAF Q&A with the director RAUS 7:12 pm.
“Young Ambitions” student category
For tickets or more information, please visit http://greekfilmfestchicago.org/schedule/