Lectures & Open Events
Thessaloniki Cinema Museum
The Cinema Museum of Thessaloniki is a museum in Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece. It was founded in 1995 following a decision by the Organization for Thessaloniki, the Cultural Capital of Europe 1997. Today it is part of the Thessaloniki Film Festival with its own management committee. It is housed in Warehouse 1, a listed building on quay 1 in the harbor, at the end of the old seafront near Aristotelous Square.
The museum's mission is to gather, preserve and display as museum exhibits items from the life of the cinema in Greece. Exhibits include machinery, i.e. cine cameras and projectors, old pieces of cinema equipment and attachments, cinema-film developing tanks, lenses, sub-titling machines, etc., celluloid material (films, newsreels, etc.), photographs from almost two thousand films, gigantic, hand-produced cinema posters, the musical background to all cinema films circulated prior to 1995 on LPs and CDs, and a cinema archive.
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Cue Productions Studios
CUE is a modern and highly-equipped studio of musical productions in the center of Thessaloniki. Its design was made by the owner of Yannis Mavrides, strictly adhering to the world standards regarding the sound behavior of the spaces. CUE is the studios where we will be recording the Original Soundtracks of the of the participants
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Mix & Master at
For more than two decades, Underground studios have established a great reputation in Greece and abroad with high profile productions for well know artists from around the world. With some of the best facilities in town, they provide recording, mixing and mastering of the highest value.
Here the Fusion Film Scoring Workshop's Participants will have their music Mixed and Mastered by Noukas Sotiris.
Thessaloniki is the second largest city of Greece and the most important centre of the area. Built next to the sea, it is a modern metropolis bearing the marks of its stormy history and its cosmopolitan character, which give it a special beauty and charm. With a vibrant art scene and a rich cultural background, National Geographic Magazine included Thessaloniki in its top tourist destinations worldwide.
Only an hour away from Thessaloniki lies the peninsula of Halkidiki, a popular summer destination in Greece with 52 blue flag beaches. Also one hour away is Mount Olympus with wonderful tracking routs and stunning landscapes.