Greek movie “Invisible” wins international award

4 November 2016
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The Greek movie “Invisible”, directed by Dimitris Athanitis picked up the second prize for best movie in the “Montelupo Fiorentino MIIFF” Florence festival. The star of the movie, John Stankoglou also won the award for best performance. Dimitris Athanitis’s film has won 10 awards, including the Grande Prize of the “Figuera Film Art”, as well as the best direction, film and leading role awards at the “London Greek Film Festival”. It also picked up best direction, 2nd best leading role and best editing at the the “Bridges IFF” in Nafplion. The movie premiered on November 3 at the film theatre “Alkyonida”.

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