Anemon is committed to producing informative and innovative documentaries, which can create debate about issues that affect our lives and enhance our understanding of the world.

Find lesson plans and film modules that accompany our award-winning documentaries, in addition to information about our recent educational cross media projects. The following documentaries are recommended for screening within schools, universities and other educational organizations and are accompanied by lesson plans for educators.

For further information about the educational use of our documentaries, please contact Elektra Peppa at info@anemon.gr

THE JOURNEY OF FOOD

11+

Doc series about the roots, transformations and many facets of Greek food and of a diet that has come to be viewed as a global model for good health.

A FAMILY AFFAIR

10+

Crete’s most famous musical clan, the electrifying power of their music and the sacred ties that hold their family together.

WAR & PEACE IN THE BALKANS

12+

A cross-media landmark reassessment of the Balkan’s history, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of WW1.

TWICE A STRANGER

6 +

A cross media project about the greatest forced migrations of the 20th century, when millions of people were uprooted and moved to new homelands.

A BALKAN TALE

12+

A cross-media project and photography exhibition about the history of the Balkans and the preservation of its cultural heritage.

WITNESS THE PAST

6 +

A short-film series and an educational programme for children aged 6-12 about looting and the illicit trade of antiquities.

THE GAME MUST GO ON

6 +

In an over populated Greek city, a group of children continually battle with the adults for the right to play in their own neighbourhood. They decide to talk to the Mayor and convince him to build a play area for them in a local abandoned space.

THE DIVISION OF CYPRUS

15+

The story the division of Cyprus and the forced displacement of thousands of Greek and Turkish Cypriots on both sides of the ‘Green Line’.

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