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AMERIKA SQUARE AMERİKA MEYDANI
PARTING AYRILIK
I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO BEN SENİN ZENCİN DEĞİLİM
A WEDDING DÜĞÜN
FÉLICITÉ FÉLICITÉ
LAST MEN IN ALEPPO HALEP’IN SON ADAMLARI
GLORY KOL SAATİ
NEWTON NEWTON
EXILE SÜRGÜN
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HUMAN RIGHTS IN CINEMA COMPETITION

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AMERIKA SQUARE | PLATEIA AMERIKIS | Director: Yannis Sakaridis / Screenplay: Yannis Tsirbas, Vangelis Mourikis, Yannis Sakaridis / DOP: Jan Vogel / Editing: Yannis Sakaridis / Original Music: Minos Matsas / Cast: Yannis Stankoglou, Makis Papadimitriou, Vassilis Kukalani, Ksenia Dania, Alexandros Logothetis, Rea Pediaditaki / Producer: Yannis Sakaridis, Nikkos J. Frangos, George Th Lemos, Venia Vergou / Production Co.: Ilioupolis Films, Marblemen Productions / World Sales: Patra Spanou / Greece, Germany, UK / Turkish R,ights: Fabula Films / 2016 / DCP / Colour / 86´ / Arabic, English, Greek; Turkish, English s.t.
SCREENINGS

10.04.2017
19:00
İtalyanKM *

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11.04.2017
13:30
Rexx 5

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14.04.2017
11:00
City's 7

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Screenings marked with an (*) will be made with the attendance of the director, actor or producer of the film.

2017 Iris Awards (Greece) Best Editing
2016 THESSALONIKI FIPRESCI Prize, Special Mention–Actor, Special Mention–Youth Jury

Amerika Square is a fast-paced film where a tattoo artist, a banal racist and a Syrian refugee collide head to head. An unemployed, disgruntled Greek nationalist in Athens has his world turned upside-down when his apartment building and beloved city park become a home and resting stop for migrants in transit across Europe. There, refugees searching for a new life must navigate the seedier elements of Greek society to survive. Mixing a kinetic visual style with ripped-from-the-headlines storytelling, Amerika Square is an unflinching look at the mass migration economy—where "borders are business," and time is always running out.