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Νέα από την προβολή στη κοπή πίτας της “Αδελφότητα Τηνίων εν Αθήναις”

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Την Κυριακή (13 Ιανουαρίου 2013) η “Αδελφότητα Τηνίων εν Αθήναις”, έκοψε την πρωτοχρονιάτικη πίτα της. Με μεγάλη μας χαρά, αποδεχθήκαμε την πρόσκληση του προέδρου του συλλόγου, Σωτήρη Κουρβαρά, να παρουσιάσουμε το ντοκιμαντέρ στους συντοπίτες του. Ο ίδιος είχε παραστεί στο “Βρυσάκι” και παρακολούθησε την πρώτη προβολή που έγινε εκεί.

Η κοπή της πίτας, μας εξέπληξε ευχάριστα. Είχε μυρωδιά απο νησί από παλιά Ελλάδα. Παιδιά κάθε ηλικίας, από 5 έως 95, είχαν έρθει να δούν τους φίλους τους, να πουν τα νέα τους, να κάνουν πλάκα, να κουτσομπολέψουν και σιγά σιγά όλοι μαζί, κάθισαν για να ξεκινήσει η γιορτή.

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News from the Avant Premiere of our kickstart documentary.

more_than_a_marble (95)Last Tuesday (8th January 2012) was the first screening of our kick start documentary “More Than A Marble Path”. This completed a months-long effort that set the rules and self-defined us as a group of ambitious filmmakers.

The success was beyond our expectations, as friends, acquaintances and fellow citizens, who also heard us on the radio (Athens 98.4), wanted to give us the opportunity to show them our effort. In fact, we had to do three screenings for everyone to see. Read the rest of this entry

More Than A Marble Path / Κάτι Περισσότερο Απο Μονοπάτι

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Great news from Break The Couch team.

Our kick start audiovisual product is ready for the big screen. After 2 weeks of shooting and 5 months of post production we are ready to screen our documentary named: “More than a Marble path / Κάτι περισσότερο απο μονοπάτι”.

Produced by: Break The Couch team (Spyros Anastasiadis, Vasilis Dendrinos, Panagiotis Mamouzakis)
Directed by: Vasilis Dendrinos
Narrated by: Giorgos Siountas
Duration: 30′
Language: Greek-English-French with Greek subtitles / other version with English subtitles
Production: Greece 2012 © Break The Couch
For the Official Trailer click >>here<<

The documentary is about 18 people from every corner of the planet who decided instead of holidays to travel at their own expenses in the small village of Isternia in Tinos island, Greece. Instead of spending 2 weeks on a sunbed with sunscreen they spent 2 weeks with a shovel and a rake. They wanted to join one of the hundreds of workcamps taking place each year around the world. The purpose of the program was to give life to a marble build path of unique historical importance that connects the village on the side of the hill with the sea and it was organized by the NGO Citizens in Action. Read the rest of this entry