A lonely walk in the night

A lonely walk in the night,in an ordinary city.One nightof disoriented stepswide eyesand an unknown fate.Tall old buildings,of a bluish-gray hue;blue by the sea,gray from the earth.Boats from far away,open bars, no closing time.Few customers left:couples arguing,to end up feeling their way through alleys.Drunk tourists of life,inebriated by beers named like nymphs.Friends who cry their […]

Break the childhood cycle

According to UNICEF, an estimated 151 million children around the world are victims of child labor. To get this reality out of the shadows, the ARSIS organization organized a performance on one of Thessaloniki’s main streets: Agias Sofias, on Thursday 16th of January.The participants, with white masks on their faces as an allegory of child […]

60th Thessaloniki International Film Festival: My Experience as a Volunteer

For 60 years, Thessaloniki has been hosting an event that welcomes the world of cinema. It ranges from directors to actors and distributors, with its eyes always set on the public. But if there’s one thing that makes this festival even greater, it’s the work of its volunteers. This is my experience from the inside […]