‘Marseilles, profil grec,’ Marco Gastine’s prize-winning film

The Friends of the Goulandris Natural History Museum are holding their second Tribute to Greek Directors of Environmental Films. Marco Gastin’s prize-winning film «Marseilles, profil grec» will be screened next Wednesday evening. The film tells the story of three people from Marseilles, each with a Greek name, a French name and two identities. Searching for their roots, they return to Greece. Gastine was born in Paris, where he studied architecture. He studied film direction in Athens, where he has lived since 1978. This is his eighth film. A discussion over a glass of wine with the director and other people associated with the film will follow the screening. The film is a 2004 co-production by Gastin, the Greek Film Center and ERT with the support of the French Institute. It is on at the Gaia amphitheater, 100 Othonos Street in Kifissia, February 8 at 8 p.m. Tickets are 7 euros, 5 euros for members. Tel., 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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