San Francisco’s Greek Film Festival 2011

Have you kissed your Greek today? I have.

Coming soon to the Delancy Street Screening Room, it’s The 8th Annual Greek Film Festival.   The festival goes from Thursday, May 26th through Sunday the 29th and highlights directors from Greece and Greek decent.  There aren’t any films featured this year that I have heard of before, so I can honestly say, “It’s all Greek to me”.  Okay, bad jokes aside, some of this festival actually looks quite interesting.  I’m going to try to make the short program on Sunday and catch the film 45 Square Meters on Saturday.  What looks interesting to you?  Click on the jump for the full schedule and to buy tickets.

Tickets can be purchased here

Thursday, May 26, 2011:

6:30pm The Greek Crisis Explained Trilogy (Short/Animated) – 180 Degrees (Comedy/Drama/Romance)

8:45pm Apnea (Drama)

Friday, May 27, 2011:

7:00pm Death Knocks (Short/Comedy) – Back Door (Drama)

9:30pm I Am Gay (Short/Comedy) – Gold Dust (Drama)

Saturday, May 28, 2011:

12:00pm The Boy And The Tree (Short/Animation) – Pet Shop (Short/Family) – The Little Dolphins (Comedy/Drama)

6:00pm Girl On The Wall (Short/Animation) – Black Field (Drama)

9:00pm Peter’s Room (Short) – 45 Square Meters (Drama)

Sunday, May 29, 2011:

1:00pm The Promise Of Tomorrow (Documentary)

3:30pm Neon (Short) – The Ancient Ostrakon (Short) – Casus Belli (Short) – The Fiddler (Short/Drama) – What Time Will You Be Back (Short/Drama) – Paperboat (Short/Drama) – The Village (Short/Animation)

6:00pm Evdokia (Drama/Romance)

8:30pm Liar Wanted (Comedy)

Links to descriptions for all these films can be found by clicking here

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