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Art-Thessaloniki is an international contemporary art fair that makes its breakthrough appearance this December and aims to evolve into an annual celebration of contemporary art, bringing together artists as well as lovers of art from all around the world.
The biggest film festival will be opening its doors for the 57th time to the audiences in the beautiful city of Thessaloniki with many international distinguished names, films, interviews, screenings, talks and exciting events.
Later this year, as in every September, Reworks Festival will be opening its doors to the thirsty audiences with electronic and techno sounds shaking the music scene of Milos in thessaloniki for another time.
The 5th Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art will take place from June 23rd until September 30th, 2015. This is the last part of a program which started in 2011 and focused on the Mediterranean Sea.
The 16th Thessaloniki Documentary Festival will take place from March 14th to 23rd, 2014. This year, honoring the memory of late filmmaker Peter Wintonick, the festival has renamed its Audience Award for best foreign feature documentary The Peter Wintonick Award.
A cooperation agreement between the municipality of Thessaloniki, the Greek State and the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki was signed today for the foundation of a Holocaust Museum at the old train station of the city.