Documentaries 2018

Olympia International Film Festival for Children and Young People announces the documentaries films in competition at its 21st edition, which will be held between 1-8 December 2018. The films are listed in alphabetical order of their Greek titles.

  1. Listen, Astrid Bussink, The Nethelands, 2017, 15’
  2. What Walaa wants, Christy Garland, Canada-Denmark, 2018, 89’
  3. Surprise, Paulo Patrício, Portugal, 2017, 9’
  4. In between, Nikos Katsos-Christos Stefanou, Greece, 2017, 22’
  5. I am the Lion of Kythera, Giorgos Didimiotis, Greece, 2018, 7’
  6. Happy princes, Panos Deligiannis, Greece, 2018, 82’
  7. The good education, Gu Yu, China-France, 2017, 29’
  8. The girls are not brides, KM Taj-Biul Hasan, Bangladesh, 2017, 28’
  9. Marysia’ s world, Katarzyna Ewa Zak, Poland, 2017, 20’
  10. Liyana, Aaron Kopp-Amanda Kopp, Swaziland-Qatar-USA, 2017, 76’
  11. Lotte, that silhouette girl, Elizabeth Beecherl-Carla Patullo, USA, 2018, 10’
  12. They call us warriors, Jennifer Socorro-Edwin Corona Ramos-David Alonso, Venezuela-USA-Mexico-Jordan, 2018, 81’
  13. Songbird, Wisnu Surya Pratama, Indonesia, 2017, 25’
  14. The little one, Diana Cam Van Nguyen, Czech Republic, 2017, 10’
  15. All I imagine, Leonor Noivo, Portugal, 2017, 30’
  16. When the war comes, Jan Gebert, Czech Republic- Croatia, 2018, 76’
  17. Children of the Snow Land, Zara Balfour-Marcus Stephenson, Nepal-UK, 2018, 93′
  18. More than silver, Carlos Agulló, Spain, 2018, 27′
  19. The river of the Kukamas, Nika Belianina, Perú, 2018, 7’
  20. Before father gets back, Mari Gulbiani, Georgia- France- Germany, 2018,75’
  21. Tre Maison Dasan, Denali Tiller, USA, 2018, 94’
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