• Blind Crossing

    Two people with diametrically different personalities have one thing in common: they both have visual impairments. Initially a fiction film about two blind mobsters, "Blind Crossing" eventually evolved into an affectionate documentary. Free screening

  • Screening of award-winning film

    After the festival awards have been announced and the ceremony has come to an end, audiences will get the chance to enjoy one of the award-winning films.

  • Shoah

    Nine hours of personal confessions straight from the mouth of Holocaust survivors, both victims and former Nazi torturers. A documentary marathon, a movie testimonial and a historical record, this poignant masterpiece, shot for 11 years in 14 countries, will screen non-stop on the occasion of its 30-year anniversary.

  • Screening of award-winning Greek Short films

    All the award-winning films of the Greek Shorts Competition in one screening.

  • Little England

    Within the context of its continuing collaboration with the Artists with Disabilities Movement, the festival presents a maximum accessibility screening featuring Pantelis Voulgaris' "Little England" with audio description for people with visual disabilities and captions for the deaf and Hard-of-Hearing (SDH).

  • In a Lonely Place

    A legendary film noir by "Rebel Without a Cause" and "Johnny Guitar" director Nicholas Ray. A melancholy love story and a scathing look on the entertainment industy with Humphrey Bogart delivering what he considered to be the best performance of his career. A Hollywood era masterpiece.

  • Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

    A seminal work in the French filmmaker's filmography, this is the groundbreaking story of a widow who does housework and turns tricks at the same time, featuring prominently in Sight and Sound's 50 best films of all time. Screening from a ditigally restored print on the occasion of its 40th anniversary.

  • 54: The Director’s Cut

    The rich tapestry of legendary NY club Studio 54 is finally restored. The hedonistic story of the attractive young man, corrupted by luxury and extravagance in the temple of disco remains the same, with an additional 40mis of material the producers had previously excised. The most eagerly awaited restoration of the year!

  • Society

    Bill's privileged lifestyle comes to an end when he happens upon a tape revealing his family is part of a gruesome orgy cult for the social elite. This relentless satire of upper crust morals, masquerading as a lurid splatter film, is a social manifesto worthy of Karl Marx!