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New York: Hellenic Film Society USA presents .DOG, starring Andreas Konstantinou

 dog trailer

Astoria, NY – The Hellenic Film Society USA presents the award-winning drama .dog, on Sunday, December 4 at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria. The critically acclaimed film stars Andreas Konstantinou, one of Greece’s biggest film stars. The screening is part of HFS’s Always on Sunday series of monthly Greek film screenings at MoMI.

 Directed by Yianna Americanou, the gripping drama is about a young man forced to reconcile his values with his love for his father, an ex-con recently released from prison. The performance won Konstantinou, who plays the role of the father, the Best Actor Award at the recent New York Greek Film Expo presented by the Hellenic Film Society. The film won the Youth Jury Award, Thessaloniki International Film Festival 2021. The film is in Greek, with English subtitles.

“.dog is a very powerful coming-of-age film featuring not one, but two, brilliant performances,” says Jimmy DeMetro, president of the Hellenic Film Society, referring also to newcomer Dimitris Kitsos who plays the role of the son. "The film got an enthusiastic reaction when we showed it at the Village East in Manhattan during our film festival and there was strong demand for us to bring it to MoMI in Astoria.”

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The Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue in Astoria, is conveniently located near public transportation.

Watch the movie trailer