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PDSFF24 Love & Revolt concluded in a theatre full of people and emotion

44 films and hundreds of spectators highlighted possible and unlikely facets of love and revolt as well as the connections between them

Four days of screenings, discussions and celebration concluded on Sunday night. Along with the screening in Athens, the PDSFF traveled to Berlin and Istanbul where we presented and discussed with the audience distinguished films of this year’s event. In the presence of filmmakers from Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Germany, France, England, Portugal, Belgium, Scotland, Argentina and Canada, the Athenian audience shared feelings and ideas about cinema, politics, love.

For one more year, the festival strived to coordinate with daily life and concerns of the Athenian community. We postponed the Friday morning screening to attend the march against the establishment of private universities and the violation of the constitution while, in view of March 8, Mel Kalfanti, festival coordinator, moderated the discussion-sharing: “Collective memory, personal testimonies: between mourning and assertion” with: Rhea Valden, Brickena Gisto, Zoe Kokka and Maria Louka. On Sunday, in support of the initiative “Filmmakers for Palestine – Greece”, we organised a special screening in solidarity with the Palestinian people free of charge.

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Travelling with PDSFF – Summer screenings in France and Western Greece

Addressing youth from all around Europe is a rare privilege that we enjoyed during the screening in Loches co-organised with L’Europe en Berry Touraine. The selected shorts deal with intimate relationships of youth with peers, their families – physical or chosen ones – the climate crisis and the digital world. The audience, aged 16 to

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PDSFF23 Volunteers Training

On October 22 & 23, returning and new volunteers, along with the organisers of the Positively Different Short Film Festival, gathered at Inter Alia’s office for a two-day training. Silent discussion For the purposes of the first day of the training, which aimed to familiarise the participants with inclusion and privilege, the methodology of silent

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 Call for volunteers

#PDSFF23VOLUNTEERCALL It’s this time of the year! As we’re collecting shorts from all around the globe, we’re also looking for our PDSFF23 film selection Volunteers’ team! What you will gain from joining our team: What we’re looking for: Complete the form below by September 25 & join the PDSFF23 team:https://interaliaproject.com/participation/pdsff23-volunteer-call/ “Positively Different Short Film Festival

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PDSFF22

The curatorial team of #PDSFF22 and Inter Alia warmly thank all the people who made this event so unique – guests, creators, volunteers and of course, all of you who attended and filled the TRIANON room for three consecutive days. Over the course of the festival run, 35 shorts were screened competing for three cash

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PDSFF22 x Masterclass on Film Critique

The Masterclass on Film Critique with Yiannis Kantea-Papadopoulos was followed up with our final meeting on Saturday the 6th, where we met physically and virtually to talk about intersectionality. We had the chance to get an insight on the theory behind the festival’s rationale, discuss our experiences related to our multiple and conflicted identities, and

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Positively Different Short Film Festival 2022 | Call for Volunteers

Positively Different Short Film Festival 2022 calls out to all film enthusiasts for yet another exciting year to come: Will you help us narrow down the official festival selection for 2022? Complete the form linked & join the PDSFF22 festival team! Positively Different Short Film Festival seeks to explore intersecting discriminations; the festival team is

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