For the 8th consecutive year, the Athens Ethnographic Film Festival – Ethnofest returns to cine Astor, presenting exciting ethnographic films from all over the world. Among others, this year’s edition consists of two special screenings – John Marshall’s “The Hunters” and the participatory documentary “The Maribor Uprisings” by Maple Razsa and Milton Guillén – interesting side-events, panels and open discussions, educational activities and a masterclass.
The 8th Ethnofest will also present a themed section entitled “Labour and Precarity”, curated by anthropologists Dimitra Kofti (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology) and Mao Mollona (Goldsmiths College, University of London), as well as the themed section “Man and the Environment”, curated by Alexis Katsaros, member of the organization MedINA, and Calliope Stara, post-doc researcher at the University of Ioannina. The themed section “Man and the Environment” is being organized in collaboration with the Directorate of Modern Cultural Assets and Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Last but not least, the 8th Ethnofest will inaugurate a new section, called “Greek Ethnographies”. This section will present films that explore and reflect upon social and cultural practices in Greece through the ethnographic lens.
The tribute entitled “Man and the Environment” is implemented by the Operational Program “Human Resources Development, Education and Lifelong Learning” and its co-financed by the European Union (European Social Fund) and Greek National Funds. The film tribute has free admission and it’s accessible to disabled people.
8th Athens Ethnographic Film Festival – Ethnofest
Astor Cinema (28 Stadiou str., entrance through Stoa Korai / near Panepistimio Metro station)
Screening slot: 2 euros
All-day pass: 5 euros
10-screening pass: 10 euros
Free entrance for all side-events
Free entrance for students and unemployment card holders
* Read the full program here.
* Watch the trailer here.