Cinema for young adults November 21-25, 2016 at the Hellenic American College in Athens.
The educational initiative "Petit Plan: New Horizons" is organized by Mooviereel and aims at exposing young audiences to quality cinema. Select films, dealing with themes such as racism, immigration, human rights and the impact of fascism, will be screened to high school students from Attica at the Hellenic American College (HAEC) - (Massalias 22, Athens), on 21-25 November 2016.
The film screenings will be with free admission and are exclusively aimed at high schools. After each screening a brief discussion led by Marianiki Dorbaraki (Ph.D. in Philosophy of Education) will take place, focusing on the film and its relation to contemporary Greek society.
"Petit Plan" regularly organizes screenings aimed exclusively at high schools. Each film is carefully selected so as to raise important social issues and stimulate meaningful discussion. Each action revolves around a unique thematic axis and is the result of cooperation between Film Institutes, academic researchers, film industry professionals, and private initiatives on social action.
"Petit Plan: New Horizons" is organized in collaboration with the Eye to Eye and Eye On Films projects - the two Pan-European initiatives focusing on young audiences and festivals. Key support is provided by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung. The action has gained the auspices of the Greek Film Center.
More information and a detailed screening schedule can be found at https://petitplan.org/