Prof. Dr. Markus Heide, Stiftung Universität Hildesheim
Panayiota Mini, Institute for Mediterranean Studies & University of Crete
The aim of this project is to preserve, document and showcase, through a series of actions, the work of Errikos Thalassinos (1927-2000), the prolific filmmaker, screenwriter, and writer from Herakleion, Crete. With the permission of Errikos Thalassinos’ family, the project’s team has completed the digitalization and documentation of the holdings of his personal archive (Responsible: Grigoris Voskakis).
Greek Cinema-Film Adaptation. Theory and Practice
Under the auspices and funding of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture & Sports
Organization: Institute for Mediterranean Studies, FORTH.
Union of Philologists of Heraklion Prefecture
Camera On: Cultural School Network of Secondary Education of Heraklion
With the support of the Social Space of the A. & M. Kalokairinos Foundation
Η Πόλις γεννιέται
Μια «κατακερματισμένη» παράσταση, εμπνευσμένη από τις ανώνυμες μαρτυρίες ανθρώπων, οι οποίοι έζησαν και μεγάλωσαν στο Ρέθυμνο του χθες και του σήμερα. Φωνές σημερινών γονιών, νέων, μαθητών. Ένα συνονθύλευμα καθημερινού λόγου, ακαδημαϊκής γνώσης, σωματικότητας, ποίησης και ζωντανής μουσικής.
Fin de siècle
The project concerns the creation and publication of a trilingual book-cd (Greek-English-French), containing songs from the region of Smyrna, published in late 19th century by L. A. Bourgault Ducoudray under the title Trente Mélodies Populaires de Grèce & d’ Orient.
International Film Productions in Greece: The Case of Crete
This project focuses on international film productions that were shot on the island of Crete, Greece, which, since the late 1940s has attracted many foreign film crews. In particular, the project examines the reasons behind producers’ choice of Crete as a shooting location, the legislation under which these productions became feasible, and their consequences for the local economy and society. This project is implemented by the University of Crete, Greece.
The aim of this project is to record and digitalize the theater work of Stratis Karas, prepare an edition of his plays, and give prominence to his contribution to modern Greek culture.
Integrated Mediterranean Programmes (IMP)
Greek Traditional Music
Primary Investigator Giorgos Amargianakis †, Professor of Ethnomusicology, University of Athens
(IMS-FORTH, MUSIC DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS)
The aim of the research program was to conduct extensive ethno-musicological research to record the living violin tradition in the island of Crete.
CRINNO MUSIC II
The aim of the research program was to conduct extensive ethno-musicological research to record the living lyre tradition of the Rethymno prefecture area. The major objective of the Program was to record musical works from professional and semi-professional musicians of Rethymno origins and to collect and document the material through field research and participatory observation.