The Greek Film Archive (Greek: Ταινιοθήκη της Ελλάδος, Tainiothiki tis Ellados) is a nonprofit film archive organization located in Athens, Greece, whose goal is to produce and spread Greek and international films. It's a part of International Federation of Film Archives and a founding member of the European Film Gateway. It is also co-operating with the Thessaloniki International Film Festival. Located in the Lais theatre in kerameikos, it consists of four departments. The organization was founded in 1963, with the 105/1963 royal decree and is a successor to the Athens cinema club which was founded in 1950 from the Athens film critics union. The first president of the organization was Aglaia Mitropoulou, who thanks to her friendship with the director of the Cinémathèque Française Henri Langlois, managed to get ahold of many films. More information...

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