The best hotel in Europe

The Hotel #CityPlaza offers privacy, good food, clean clothes, medicine and a hairdresser to refugees. For free. At the City Plaza there is no second class. The hotel is always fully booked. We run away to our vacation spots every year - let's help others take a vacation from being on the run.…

The Bodies of Unknown Refugees

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“Migrants and refugees in Greece and Europe": Presentation of Olga Lafazani

Τhe presentation of Olga Lafazani at the open discussion “Migrants and refugees in Greece and Europe: borders and barriers”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 03.02.2016 Olga Lafazani is a post-doctoral researcher, University of Barcelona, member of Network of Social Support of Refugees and Migrants    

Greece, Spain & Puerto Rico: Current Struggles and Building Solidarity

  Vicente Rubio-Pueyo, Rafael Bernabe, and Despina Lalaki, with moderator Ed Morales, discuss the struggles of their countries with debt and austerity in a forum hosted by David Galarza Santa at Camaradas El Barrio in Manhattan September 28, 2015 video by Joe Friendly Rafael Bernabe: Puerto Rican Professor, Author and…

Α triumph for Syriza. Mainly Alexis Tsipras

Interview with Leo Panitch and Aris Spourdalakis   SHARMINI PERIES, EXEC. PRODUCER, TRNN: Welcome to the Real News Network. I'm Sharmini Peries coming to you from Baltimore.Greece's conservative party New Democracy leader Vangelis Meimarakis has admitted defeat to Alexis Tsipras's left-wing Syriza party in the nation's fifth election in six years.…

Blockupy goes Athens: Nikos Giannopoulos

Nikos Giannopoulos (Diktio  for Social and Political Rights), Athens,  20.7.2015. Nikos Giannopoulos talks about the current situation after the referendum in Greece, the fight against austerity and about the perspective of the European movements

Blockupy goes Athens: Dimosthenis Papadatos, editor of

Dimosthenis Papadatos, editor of, spoke to our international Blockupy delegation about the Referendum and international solidarity which is encountering nationalist forces and accusations. "The blackmailing with the grexit were becoming a fact, by ending liquidity of greek banks. Still, the experience of 5 years of memoranda let people vote…

Blockupy goes Athens: Yannis Albanis (Member of the Central Commitee of Syriza)

Blockupy goes Athens spoke to Yannis Albanis (Member of the Central Commitee of Syriza) about the situation and the meaning of the Referendum. "A new political system has emerged from the crisis. The crisis of representation has lead to new forms of political expression and representation. … The poor have entered…

Τhe lost signal of democracy

A documentary film on ERT’s closure (11.6.2013) by  Yorgos Avgeropoulos  “The unprecedented decision of the Greek government to shut down its public broadcaster ERT, has been a heavy blow for all. Both me and my colleagues, journalists and technicians, we ran immediately at the ERT Broadcasting Center. Since the beginning,…

Maria Margaronis's presentation at AnalyzeGreece! open discussion

Τhe presentation of Maria Margaronis at the open discussion “Βetween facts and national stereotypes: reporting from Greece”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 27.5.2015. Maria Margaronis is London correspondent for The Nation and a contributor to The Guardian & the BBC.

D. Christopoulos: Golden Dawn Trial. Democracy defends itself

Τhe presentation of Dimitris Christopoulos  at the open discussion “Golden Dawn Trial, an international event. Why does it matter to Greece and beyond”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 6.5.2015. Dimitris Christopoulos is the Vice President of the International Federation for Human Rights, an Associate Professor of Political Science, Panteion University, member…

V. Katrivanou: Golden Dawn is a Wolf in sheep’s clothing

Τhe presentation of Vassiliki Katrivanou at the open discussion “Golden Dawn Trial, an international event. Why does it matter to Greece and beyond”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 6.5.2015.  Vassiliki Katrivanou is a SYRIZA Member of Parliament, member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.  

Κ. Ovendenm: The European anti-fascist movement and Golden Dawn's trial

Τhe presentation of Κevin Ovenden  at the open discussion “Golden Dawn Trial, an international event. Why does it matter to Greece and beyond”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 6.5.2015. Κevin Ovenden is a journalist and writer, national officer of Unite Against Fascism (UK).  

Thanassis Kampagianis:"Golden Dawn's criminal acts was a common secret"

Τhe presentation of Thanassis Kampagiannis at the open discussion “Golden Dawn Trial, an international event. Why does it matter to Greece and beyond”, organized by AnalyzeGreece!, Athens, 6.5.2015. Thanassis Kampagiannis is a lawyer, civil action representative at the Golden Dawn trial, member of Jail Golden Dawn initiative.  

Golden Dawn Watch: monitoring the trial against the neo-nazi Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn Watch ( is an initiative to monitor the trial against Golden Dawn, organised by the Hellenic League for Human Rights, the Greek Observatory against Fascism and Racist Speech in the Media, which works under the Educational Foundation of ESIEA (Journalists’ Union of Athens Daily Newspapers), the Antifascist League…

SYRIZA - The State of Greece

Syriza: The State of Greece is a short documentary created by BoxTown Project exploring the recent changes in the Greek government and its implications for the Greek people and the European community.  All participants live and work in Athens and have witnessed first hand the very public decline of Greece's economy…

Future Suspended

How does a global financial crisis permeate the spaces of the everyday in a city? Our final 35' documentary film traces the multiple transformations of crisis-ridden Athenian public space and those who traverse it.


The title of this documentary could be TOMORROW'S WAR, TODAY. We have five destinations in Greece: Thessaloniki, Apopigadi, Eastern Chalkidiki, Asopos river and Volos. The war on water is not a future probability, but it's a reality familiar to some of our fellow citizens for many years now.


On April 27, 2012, a few days before a general election that was to make headlines around the world, I was among many Greeks who were taken aback by an appalling and unprecedented spectacle that unfolded on our TV screens.


The creators of Debtocracy, a documentary with two million views broadcasted from Japan to Latin America, analyze the shifting of state assets to private hands.

Fascism INC

Given that fascism is not limited to Golden Dawn but is also promulgated by politicians, entrepreneurs and publishers… Given that the crisis conditions that foster fascism are upon us, not past us… Given that the whole of Europe is sinking rapidly into the darkness of the far right…


For the first time in Greece, a documentary produced by the audience. “Debtocracy” seeks the causes of the debt crisis and proposes solutions sidelined by the government and the dominant media.