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Greek Film Festival in Adelaide October 4, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Hellenic Light Oceania, Movies Life.
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The 5th annual Greek Film Festival in Adelaide opened on Friday.

For the first time this year, it is included in the “Odyssia Festival”, organized by South Australia Hellenic Orthodox Community in cooperation with the Palace Nova Cinema.

The opening ceremony was held at the Palace Nova East End Cinema by South Australia Culture Undersecretary, John Hill. In his speech he stressed that he was highly moved to be among his Greek friends to celebrate this big event.

“The Sirens in the Aegean” was the film which also opened the Adelaide Festival. A reception followed attended by many official guests and fans of the festival, while tenor Tasos Bougetsis impressed with his performance.

Saturday’s program includes the movies “Modern Cinderella”, “Black Bee” and “The heart of a beast” and Sunday’s “The Amvrakikos Dolphins”, “Loufa kai parallagi” and “The blinking light”.

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