The Party is a 2017 British black comedy film written and directed by Sally Potter. The film was shot in black and white and features a seven-actor ensemble of Patricia Clarkson, Bruno Ganz, Emily Mortimer, Cherry Jones, Cillian Murphy, Kristin Scott Thomas and Timothy Spall.
The Book of the Month
for April is
by John Cowper Powys and the
Track of the Month
'Song for Sharon'
by Joni Mitchell.
All the videos on the PHIDOC website have now been digitally enhanced using online cutting-edge AI. Subjectively, the improvement seems to be in the order of 35-55% depending on the source material.
The second nationwide lockdown in Greece has meant that the launch of the new Film Night on Tuesday evenings at Scena (Chorio) has been postponed. Further details to come. For the same reason, Open Mic. Night at The Secret Garden is currently in abeyance.
The 'Arrivals and Departures' page on PHIDOC now features a link to Play It Again, Sam - Rewind Radio. The latter features three classic drama productions along with Jeremy Irons reading T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets. More content will be added in the months ahead. In addition two more sermons have been added to the Select Sermons
page and a recent paper on psilocybin and the treatment of depression has been added to the
Psychedelic Research Today
Save the Symi Music School - Appeal
(Please visit the above site and give as generously as you can and then let others know about the Appeal.)
Open Mic. Night at The Secret Garden, Chorio (see below)
Open Mic. Night at The Secret Garden, Chorio (Pedi Road) 20.30 every Monday until further notice. Come along and join in!
All the videos on PHIDOC have now been digitally remastered to ensure a more immersive experience on a good AV setup. In due course all the audio tracks will be upgraded to FLAC versions wherever possible.
The 2020 Symi International Film Festival
is currently open to submissions from film directors throughout the world.
Over 260 Euros were raised at the Carol Evening at Lefteris's Kafenion for the Orphanage in Rhodes.
Under Food for Thought
you can find links to topical news/comment items published in either
The Guardian, The Independent
or other quality UK and non-UK newspapers and journals which are committed to factual accuracy, investigative journalism and critical analysis. Regrettably, if the newspaper or journal has a global paywall policy it won't be considered.