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ReScript the Future 2022

After the successful first year, we continue our effort to change the narrative, to design and to dream of a better, sustainable world.

Join us for a chance to develop your ideas into a complete documentary treatment,
travel to the Aegean film festival and
win Awards including up to 25,000 euros
in production and post production services, internships, various perks and a team of acclaimed documentary professionals to help you produce and distribute your idea.

Apply by 5th July 2022

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Congratulation to ‘NAYA’ for winning the Best Aegean Short Film

Documentary • 25’ • Netherlands 2021
Director: Sebastian Mulder
Lng: Dutch

Congratulation to ROUTE-3 for winning the Best Greek Short Film sponsored by the Greek Film Centre

Fiction • 13’ • Bosnia and Herzegovina • 2019
Director: Thanasis Neofotistos
Lng: Bosnian

Congratulation to AS IF UNDERWATER for winning the Aegean Jury Special Mention

Fiction • 18’ • Greece • 2020
Director: Anthi Daoutaki
Lng: Greek

Congratulation to Monday for winning the Film Audience Award

Drama/Romance • 116’ • UK, Greece, USA • 2020
Director: Argyris Papadimitropoulos
Language: English, Greek
Subtitles: English, Greek
Congratulation to The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart for winning the Doc Audience Award

Documentary • 111’ • USA• 2020
Director: Frank Marshall
Language: English

Location Greece Conference

Join us at Location Greece, a two-day conference with guests, keynote speakers, workshops and Q&As covering themes of location management, tax or cash rebates, co-productions, and financing for mid to large scale budgets.
Co-organised by the Hellenic Film Commission of the Greek Film Centre, and the support of Stefi productions, the American College of Greece and the Aegean as a film destination for international productions and co-productions.

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Jury 2021

We are so excited to announce our 2021 Jury members:

Eva Sangiorgi, artistic director of VIENNALE - Vienna International Film Festival, writer and programmer based in Vienna.

Jukka-Pekka Laakso, festival director, Tampere Film Festival and executive director for Pirkanmaa Film Centre.

Phaedra Vokali, general director of the Hellenic Film Academy, producer and filmmaker. Has worked in film distribution, served as head of programming at the Athens International Film Festival and editor-in-chief of Cinema Magazine.

Thodoris Koutsogiannopoulos, Lifo’s film critic, reviewer, interviewer and festival correspondent for ALPHA TV.