AGON 10th International Meeting of Archaeological Film THE AWARDS • Maritime Archaeology Special Mention goes to the film Le trésor du trou de Han, directed by Philippe Axell, produced by Axell Communication (Belgium). Underwater research has unexpectedly revealed gold ornaments, bronze axes and swords,
Look at the screenings program and read the catalogue of AGON 2016 festival (also available in pdf) . International Competition (Screen 1) Monday 17/10 16:45 Opening 17:00 *Special Screening: AGON (Greece, 24’) 17:30 The Archaeologist (Greece, 90’) 19:15 The Mysterious Stones of Hakkari (Turkey, 40’) 20:00 Erechtheion restoration history (Greece,
The 10th International Meeting of Archaeological Film will take place from 17 to 23 October in Athens (at the Greek Cinema Archive) There will be 103 films from 17 countries (Australia, Belgium, Cyprus, Danmark, Egypt, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Iran, Italy, Latvia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain,
The 10th AGON International Meeting of Archaeological Film will take place in Athens, 17-23 October. There will be 103 films, from 17 countries which will compete for the Jury and the Public awards. You can read or download the program.
The 10th AGON Meeting will take place in Athens, 17-23 October 2016. The Call for Entries period is over: more than 200 films from 45 countries have been submitted. The Selection Committee, comprised of: Depi Vrettou (Cultural Program Coordinator, ERT), George Mouzakitis (Film