What to see, hear and participate today at FEST!
THE WAR WE WEREN'T || THE ROLE OF EACH TONE || THE TREE || SLAUGHTER HOUSE || DESTROYED MEMORIES OF A LAKE
Every year FEST selects one or more countries that we believe are hosting a new generation of directors. On this year's edition apart from the greek new scene, we are overlooking Iran, a country that has been, in the last years, feeding the indie cinema scene. Lined up for this special session under the advise of are: the family perspective of the war between Iran and Iraq of The War We Weren’t, a love storie hidden in miniatures by The Role of each Tone, a narrative about the feeling of belonging in The Tree, the misadventures of a group of youngsters trying to break into a an easy paying life of Slaughter House and the impacts of climate change in The Memories of a Lake.