24th Athens International Film Festival

Don't Call Me Stranger

24/9/2016, 18:00, Greek Film Archive

The harsh journey that immigrants make from their homelands towards Europe, coming through Greece and continuing up north. A modern odyssey unfolds through their accounts and personal stories. work in progress / Free entrance

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Filmmaker in attendance

Director: Ariadni Koutsafti
Screenwriters: Ariadni Koutsafti, Marie Laure Coulmin
DoP: Ariadni Koutsafti, Stefania Mizara, Fabien Perrier, Johan Saubin
Music: Alkinoos Ioannidis
Editor: Ariadni Koutsafti
Producers: Antigoni Gavriatopoulou, Jean Marie Laronze

Greece, France | 2016 | Color | DCP | 40' | French, Greek, Arabic


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