Mar
22

Astero

Premiered in April 1929, Astero, is considered one of the most famous Greek silent films of the early 20th century cinema.

The film had been lost, but thanks to a search for lost European films by the European programme Lumiere, a copy was found and restored by the National Greek Film Archive. Following a successful projection at the Athens Conservatoire in 2016, the film will be shown at the Hellenic Centre – the way silent films have always been projected – with live music accompaniment by the composer Philip Tsalachouris.

The Hellenic Centre,
16-18 Paddington Street,
London W1U 5AS.

Free entry; booking essential: 020 7563 9835 or [email protected].

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