Athens International Digital Film Festival goes to England

Athens International Digital Film Festival (, produced
by KOYINTA ORGANIZATION , continues its cooperation with the Art
center of Edge Hill University  for the third year. The films that
have been awarded during the 4th AIDFF will be screened in Edge Hill.
AIDFF’s artistic director, Christos Karakasis and Festival Producer
Vasiliki Kappa feel optimistic about the renewal of cinema culture
through the new media.

The 4th Athens International Digital Film Festival, 13 – 21 December,
took place under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and the
support of City of Athens / Opanda.

The 4th Athens International Digital Film Festival received over 400
applications from 45 countries and screened more than 250 films, 140
in the competition section, 70 premieres, feature films,
Documentaries, Video Art, Animation, Experimental, Video Dance. It
also co organized with the International Wildlife Vaasa Film Festival
of Finland (partner of the Festival) the “2nd International Panorama
of Ecological and Science Films”, which was created in order to
contribute to the dissemination of science through the power of new
media and digital technologies, which are now used by scientists

There are also more Supporters and Partners of Athens International
Digital Film Festival we must not forget to mention such as Wildlife
Conservation Film Festival from USA, which takes place in New York,
Miami, Washington and other American cities, DUHOK International Film
Festival, which is organized by the Cinema Directorate Duhok in
cooperation with mitosfilm Berlin, Coventry University in England and
Edge Hill University in England..

AIDFF’s non-stop communication to an international level is a key
concern for the people working intensively on the Festival. Screenings
are organized in many different countries

The screening will take place on Monday November 30th, 6pm at Edge
Hill University, Creative Edge, Lecture Theatre.