Since 2007 award-winning documentaries play an integral part in the ECOWEEK program. In 2009 ECOWEEK was the first in Greece to show the newly released The Age of Stupid by director Franny Armstrong and Oscar-winning producer John Battsek starring Pete Postlethwaite, at the same time the film was premiered in most capitals across the world.... Read more

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ECOWEEK 2010 special screening of Leonardo DiCaprio's film for High School students. more
ECOWEEK 2010 ειδική προβολή της ταινίας του Λεονάρντο Ντι Κάπριο για μαθητές. Περισσότερα

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A Thousand Lost Golf Balls
Documentary screening & discussion with Cliff Cook

Documentary screening and discussion on the golf development at Cavo Sidero in Crete, raising issues of development, sustainable development, conflicts between developers, communities, and the environment. The documentary was directed by E. Kalaitzis and written by Cliff Cook (60' - English with Greek subtitles | Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι). Read about the film
MONDAY MARCH 15, 19:00 at Papasotiriou Bookstore
(37 Panepistimiou Ave. Athens)

The dramatic story of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai whose simple act of planting trees grew into a nationwide movement to safeguard the environment, protect human rights, and defend democracy-a movement for which this charismatic woman became an iconic inspiration
(80' - English | Αγγλικά - Greek subtitles | Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι)
TUESDAY MARCH 16, 19:00 at Metropolis (54, Panepistimiou Ave. Athens)

A film of storytelling in the face of injustice, and the filmmaker's singular vision in bringing a gripping, dramatic, and important story to the public eye. THE GARDEN unravels a complex and layered tale of the destruction of America's largest urban community farm that must not be forgotten
(80' - English | Αγγλικά - Greek subtitles | Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι)
WEDNESDAY MARCH 17, 19:00 at Metropolis (54, Panepistimiou Ave. Athens)

ECOWEEK 2010 documentary screening for High School students
THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 9:30 am at Parnassos
(8 Ag. Georgiou Karitsi, Athens)

ECOWEEK 2010: Ειδική Προβολή
για μαθητές Γυμνασίου-Λυκείου
ΠΕΜΠΤΗ 18 ΜΑΡΤΙΟΥ, 9:30 πμ στο Ίδρυμα Παρνασσός (Αγ. Γεωργίου Καρύτση 8, Αθήνα)

ECOWEEK invites High Schools to reserve seats for their students to attend the free screening of environmental documentary for students only. Within the framework of the ECOWEEK environmental awareness program in schools throughout Greece and Cyprus. Schools may receive a complimentary composter for the school (courtesy of VELTIOTIKI - G. Pappas), following the screening. Min. 50 students per school required. Please register to reserve your seats: ecoweek[at]

Η ECOWEEK προσκαλεί τα Γυμνάσια και Λύκεια της Αττικής να παρακολουθήσουν την ειδική προβολή που θα πραγματοποιηθεί αποκλειστικά για τους μαθητές. Στο πλαίσιο του προγράμματος περιβαλλοντικής ενημέρωσης στα σχολεία που πραγματοποιεί η ECOWEEK στην Ελλάδα και την Κύπρο. Τα συμμετέχοντα σχολεία μπορούν να προμηθευτούν δωρεάν κάδο κομποστοποίησης για το σχολείο (προσφορά της ΒΕΛΤΙΩΤΙΚΗ - Γ. Παππάς) μετά την προβολή με κατ' ελάχιστη συμμετοχή 50 μαθητών από το σχολείο. Για να κρατήσετε θέσεις επικοινωνήστε με: ecoweek[at]

93' - English with Greek subtitles | Αγγλικά με ελληνικούς υπότιτλους

Documentary by Leonardo DiCaprio, with Leonardo DiCaprio, on Climate Change (2007)
(93' - Greek Subtitles)
Ντοκιμαντέρ του Leonardo DiCaprio, με τον Leonardo DiCaprio, για τις Κλιματικές Αλλαγές (2007)
(93' - Ελληνικοί υπότιτλοι).


In 2007, ECOWEEK was among the first to show in Greece the Oscar-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth with Nobel-Laureate and former US Vice President Al Gore, and to show it to more than 100 High Schools across Greece and Cyprus. In 2008 ECOWEEK organized a panel of distinguished speakers for the premiere of The 11th Hour with Leonardo DiCaprio at the 48th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, and then held free screenings across Greece and Cyprus, including High Schools. In 2008 ECOWEEK hosted the premiere of Last Call for Planet Earth by Jacques Allard, who was invited to introduced the film together with a panel of distinguished architects from Greece, UK and Denmark. In 2009 ECOWEEK was the first to show the newly released The Age of Stupid by director Franny Armstrong and Oscar-winning producer John Battsek starring Pete Postlethwaite, in Athens (Greece) at the same time the film was premiered in most capitals across the world.

ECOWEEK has also been screening the TVE documentary series ELEMENT by director Emily McDowell, broadcast on MTV channels globally, featuring young social entrepreneurs who initiate creative projects for Climate Change and UNs Millenium Development Goals; The Next Industrial Revolution directed by Shelley Morhaim featuring architect William McDonough and chemist Michael Braungart and their cradle-to-cradle concept; The Power of Community directed by Faith Morgan, about how Cuba survived the Peak Oil crisis in the 1990s with urgan organic agriculture; The Rural Studio presenting Samuel Mockbee's vision of Architecture as a catalyst for social change; Kilowatt Ours by Jerr Barrie about where our energy comes from and what is the impact on the environment and the local communities; and Architecture 2030 by architect Ed Mazria a leader in passive solar architecture and sustainable building.

ECOWEEK welcomes invitations for public, corporate, community, and educational screenings. All invited screenings have a charge for the public screening copyrights. Contact ecoweek[at]

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