[MGSA-L] FW: A PLACE CALLED HOME by Maria Douza screening at the Siskel this Friday and next Monday
skatsika at illinois.edu
Wed Mar 26 12:21:40 PDT 2014
Dear friends of Modern Greek Studies,
For those of you who happen to be in Chicago this coming Friday March 28th or on Monday March 31st, please read the following message from Nikos Franghias, FilmHellenes Chicago. "A Place Called Home (2013)", by filmmaker Maria Douza will be screened at the 17th annual European Union Film Festival at the Gene Siskel Film Center.
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Negotiating Diplomacy in the New Europe: Foreign Policy in Post-communist Bulgaria (2011, Scouloudi Publication Award, Institute of Historical Research, University of London):
Bulgaria and Europe: Shifting Identities (ed.), (2010): http://www.anthempress.com/bulgaria-and-europe-hb
State Nationalisms in the Ottoman Empire, Greece and Turkey: Orthodox and Muslims, 1830-1945 (co-editor) (2012): http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415690560/
From: Niko Franghias [niko at emberframes.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2014 1:43 PM
To: Niko Franghias
Subject: A PLACE CALLED HOME by Maria Douza screening at the Siskel this Friday and next Monday
A PLACE CALLED HOME (2013), by filmmaker Maria Douza screens at the 17th annual European Union Film Festival at the Gene Siskel Film Center this Friday, Mar 28th at 8:15pm and on Monday, Mar 31st at 8:15pm.
A PLACE CALLED HOME is a heartwarming film about family and migration. Based on a true story, it recounts how three characters of the same family, after being separated for years, come together during an Easter holiday in Greece, in a homecoming that to each means something different. Accepting migration as a major part of the human experience, the film takes a modern view on this ancient theme exploring the notion of home, in the broader sense of the place to which we always return, whether in reality or in our dreams - our homeland, our family, our childhood. Do not miss it.
Gene Siskel Film Center link: http://www.siskelfilmcenter.org/place-called-home
Please forward to friends and relatives who might be interested.
Thank you so much - see you there - and a Happy Spring to all!
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