Thessaloniki Documentary Festival

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Thessaloniki Documentary Festival
- Images of the 21st Century
Location Thessaloniki, Greece
Founded 1999
Language International
http://tdf.filmfestival.gr/

The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival – Images of the 21st Century (TDF) is a film festival specialising in documentary films which takes place every March in Thessaloniki and is affiliated with the International Thessaloniki Film Festival.

History[edit]

The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival was launched in March 1999 and was inspired by Dimitri Eipides.

The main programme focuses on documentaries that explore the social and cultural developments in the world. The Thessaloniki Documentary Festival is a non-competitive event. There are two Audience Awards as well as awards in conjunction with ERT3, Amnesty International and the WWF. Films of the main programme are candidates for the FIPRESCI prize for Best Greek and Best Foreign Documentary to one Greek and one foreign film.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Awards". tdf.filmfestival.gr. Retrieved 2009-03-10. 

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