Awarded Greek Films Will Be Screened in Cyprus

    Euroman by Gabriel Tsaffkas Euroman by Gabriel Tsaffkas

    CYPRUS: Greek films awarded at the 38th Drama Short Film Festival 2015 will be screened in Nicosia, Larnaca, Paphos and Limassol from 1 to 4 February 2016.

    The screenings are organised by the Ministry of Education and Culture, Rialto Theatre and the Drama International Short Film Festival, in collaboration with Nicosia Friends of Cinema Society, Paphos Friends of Cinema Society, Limassol Cine Club and Larnaca-Famagusta Cine Club.


    The Silver Dionysos Award: Euroman
    Directed by Gabriel Tsaffkas

    Special Award – Best Newcomer: Ecdysis
    Directed by Faidra Tsolina

    Honourable Award for Sound: Joanna
    Directed by Panayiotis Fefoutis

    Best Short Film: Inner Land
    Directed by Vivian Papageorgiou

    Honourable Mention: Paliries – To Paramithi Tis Thalassas
    Directed by Stavrianna Litsa

    Best Student Film Award: Prosopon
    Directed by Thomas Thoma

    First Prize in the Greeks of the World Category: Simon Says
    Directed by Nikos Tsebero

    Special Prize for Artistic Excellence: Blue Train
    Directed by Manolis Mavris

    Golden Dionysos Award: Fikon
    Directed by Nikos Kolovos

    Best Documentary Film: Pogoniskos
    Directed by Thanasis Neofotistos

    Honorary Award for Best Actress: 4 Martiou
    Directed by Demetris Nakos

    Best Animation Film: Ethnofovia
    Directed by Yiannis Ziogkas

    Special Award: Dream Toy
    Directed by Christos Houliaras

    Honorary Award for Best Actor: Pacino’s Way
    Directed by Charis Pantelidakis

    The Tonia Marketaki Prize for Best Drama Film: Katifora
    Directed by Stelios Kammitsis

    Special Distinction: O Sporos
    Directed by Antonis Kotzias