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Free and open to the public.
Seating begins at 5:30pm.
A Presentation and Short Film Showing of Greek Animation from the 1930s to Today
Dr. Anastasia Dimitra is the course leader of the Animation and
Interactive Media course at AKTO (validated college Middlesex
University, London) and an External – Associate Professor in the
Department of Cultural Technology and Communication at the
University of the Aegean. She is a member of the WBL Middlesex University, London. She has collaborated to produce animation films with the biggest companies in Greece, including Mosquito and Artoon S.A. In 1995, she established her own production company and created several productions, such as Cartoons 36/Episodes of 26 on Greek television.
In 2011, she created the films Diadromes and Emmones. She has written books and papers about animation art, and has been a jury member on several animation festivals, including the 2002 Selection Committee for the Hiroshima Animation Festival.
Moderated by VMA Assistant Professor Dr. Sarah Zaidan.
Hosted by WLP, ASIFA HELLAS, and the Circle of Hellenic Academics in Boston.
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