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Lieu : Grande Salle Rheinsheim

En raison de la persistance de l’épidémie de COVID-19 et dans le respect des recommandations du gouvernement luxembourgeois sur le maintien des mesures de protection, des règles tel que distanciation, port du masque, limitation du nombre d’entrées ou des participants seront appliqués selon le type d’activité.
En règle générale les salles sont toujours désinfectée et gels et masques sont à disposition des tous.
Nous sommes conscients des difficultés imposées, mais nous sommes certains que le respect de ces lignes directrices, nous permettra de sortir finalement de ce cauchemar.
Amusons-nous… mais avec prudence.

For the first time in Luxembourg





The new film by Yorgos Avgeropoulos





Given the high demand, we have decided to organize a second documentary screening



Oct 23, 2020 – 8:30 p.m. (new date )

Oct 24, 2020 – 8:30 p.m. – still a few places available


A discussion will follow the documentary screening in the presence of the director Yorgos Avgeropoulos


After AGORÁ – From Democracy to the Market, a film on the Greek crisis which created quite a stir and was internationally awarded, Yorgos Avgeropoulos returns with his second film on the subject, AGORÁ II – Chained.


AGORÁ II – CHAINED | Official Trailer #1 from Small Planet Productions on Vimeo.


For four and a half years, between 2015 – 2019, acclaimed filmmaker Yorgos Avgeropoulos observed Greek society on multiple levels. As well as having exclusive access to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis, he followed others, including a refugee couple from Syria and a mother whose child was murdered by Golden Dawn.

In 2020 he updated the film to cover covid-19 and the decisions of the Golden Dawn trial.

The result is a unique and multiple story-lined film: a tale which evolves and unfolds with the characters over time as they face difficult decisions, even to partially achieve their goals.

Avgeropoulos is the only filmmaker to have had behind-the-scenes camera access during the negotiations between the Greek government and its creditors in the dramatic first half of 2015.

This allows him to fill-in crucial missing pieces in the puzzle of those days, actions that were so decisive in re-shaping the European political landscape.

The remarkably frank comments he elicits and the political scenes he captures changes our perspective on what really happened.

But above all, this is a profoundly human film.

A cinematographic mosaic of a modern Greek tragedy, posing critical questions regarding the future of Avgeropoulos’ country, as well as Europe’s.


Yorgos Avgeropoulos is a prominent Greek documentary filmmaker. His work is internationally acclaimed with more than 40 awards in film festivals around the world.

A former war correspondent and frontline reporter, Avgeropoulos turned into documentary filmmaking in 2000. Since then he has created numerous socio-political documentaries in more than 50 countries focusing on inequality, injustice, human rights, environment, immigration and gender issues.

His latest film AGORA – From Democracy to the Market (2015) was broadcasted by many TV networks in Europe, Canada, the Middle East, Asia and Australia and was honored with many awards including with the Rockie Award in Banff World Media Festival, the Gold Hugo in Chicago International Film Festival TV Awards, the Best Documentary in Los Angeles Greek Film Festival, and the Otto Brenner Special Award for Critical Journalism of the Otto Brenner Foundation.

AGORÁ II has already been Nominated For Prix Europa (Berlin, Germany), and has been included in the official selection of the following festivals in 2020: CPH:DOX (Copenhagen, Denmark), 22nd Thessaloniki Documentary Festival (Thessaloniki, Greece), PriMed (Marseille, France), WaHFF (Waterloo, Belgium), LAGFF (Los Angeles, USA).

AGORÁ II – Chained (110 min) is a SmallPlanet production, in co-production with WDR (Germany) and in collaboration with ARTE (France/Germany).

The film was released in Greece and internationally in the beginning of 2020.

The version that will be screend has been updated in 2020.

In greek language with english subtitles


Une collaboration entre





Oct 23, 2020 – 8:30 p.m. (new date )

Tickets 23/10


Oct 24, 2020 – 8:30 p.m. – still a few places availables

Tickets 24/10

Pour informations et réservations:

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