Thessaloniki International Short Film Festival
My short review for perhaps the most exciting short film festival :
“What is is about TiSFF that sets it apart from other short film festivals around the world? I have a feeling it is down to two things:
First, a daring, risk-taking, boundary-pushing curating that discovers new and showcases established film artists, all of whom precipitate the collapse of social prejudices and prefabricated notions of what the body, the city, gender, emotions, future or even art is.
And second, because it takes place in this surprisingly edgy and experimental city of Thessaloniki – one of Europe’s best kept secrets – fleshing out its radical heart with a rare pride of place.” Prof. A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos * Univ. of Westminster, London