This week’s rich cultural agenda indulges the desires of even the most demanding audience! Take a look at the following events and enjoy!
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation proudly presents a film festival dedicated to the 100 years of the Mexican Revolution! The Festival begins officially on the 18th of November with the screening “Vamonos con Pancho Villa/ Let’s go with Pancho Villa” (Mexico 1936). The film vividly portrays the revolution and its fierce battles while its historical accuracy is truly remarkable!
The flamenco enthusiasts will enjoy the screenings dedicated to flamenco at the Cervantes Institute each Monday, throughout November. Watch on the 15th (19.30 pm) the movie “Flamenco at Amor de Dios”, a documentary presenting the internationally known flamenco dance academy “Amor de Dios” in Madrid.
Michael Cacoyannis Foundation attempts to pamper our little friends offering frequent puppet theatre performances all month long! Every Wednesday and Thursday morning at 10.30 (until December 23rd) the puppet show “The bewitched green” is presented by Skala Theatre, a fascinating ecological play for primary education children.
The city of Thessaloniki offers a wide range of cultural events as well! We remind you that the photography exhibition “Holy Mountain. A termination place” is still on! Photographs of the monastic community of Mount Athos taken by the Polish photographer Tomasz Moscickiare on display at the Museum of Byzantine Culture.
The famous visual artist Pávlos Vasileiadis exhibits his recent works at various places around the city of Thessaloniki (New City Hall, Waterfront, Aristotelous Square) establishing thereby an ongoing dialogue with the environment and the public!