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Film - Cinema
Friday 16th June 2017
Friday 16th June 2017
20:30 - 22:00
1 day/night
Attikon Cinema
  Pafos Pafos
Evagora Pallikaridi, Paphos, Cyprus
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Cine-Attikon - Αtmen / Breathing

Friday 16 June, 20:30
Αtmen / Breathing Austria, 2011, 90’

In German with english and greek subtitles

The 19year old Roman Kogler has the opportunity to be prematurely released from a young juveniles’ facility. Chances, however, are not in his favour. A lonely and reserved character, without a family, it will be hard for him to be reintegrated back into society. As a prisoner he works in a funeral office, and it is this contact with death that will be catalytic in finding his way back to life. Karl Markovics (scriptwriter and director) was awarded for his debut at the famous Directors’ Fortnight at the 64th Cannes Festival 2011.

Starring: Thomas Schubert, Georg Friedrich, Gerhard Liebmann, Karin Lischka.

The film received 26 international awards and the Austrian Film Award 2012 in six categories.

Free entrance


Duration: Friday 16 and Saturday 17 June

This programme includes films from European cinema, bringing to light creators and works that have been distinguished in international festivals, so as to get the audience closer to independent cinema but also for the return to this art form through summer cinema in open spaces in the town.

**The programme is implemented with the help of Embassies and Foreign Delegations in Cyprus and is launched with two films-tributes to the Austrian actor, scriptwriter and director Karl Markovics, who will be present at both screenings and converse with the public.

With the support of the Embassy of Austria.

Sponsor: McDonald’s

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