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1. INTERMEDIATE MANAGING AUTHORITY OF WESTERN GREECE REGION 'My family'

INTERMEDIATE MANAGING AUTHORITY OF WESTERN GREECE REGION 'My family'

The projects in the locations of the film are co-funded by National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) through the Regional Operational Program of Western Greece Peloponissos Ionia Islands ( DE.P.IN) 2007-2013 under the management of the Intermediate Managing Authority of Western Greece Region My family A short film that shows how the projects co-funded by the European Union through the Regional Operational Program of Western Greece Peloponissos Ionia Islands 2007-2013, have become part of the daily life of Western Greece Region citizens. Story: Panagiotis Fafoutis Directed by: Panagiotis Fafoutis - George Kasionis Editing, Sound Design & Color Grading by: George Kasionis Cinematography by: George Kasionis & Stamatis Tsopanakis a.k.a. Stam Tsop Camera Assistants: Panagiotis Ratsiatos & Alexia Lioli Cast Father: Iraklis Tzavellas Mother: Rianna Papachristopoulou Brother: Markos Gettos Sister: Aspasia Lykoudi Child: Danae Vetoula Grandfather: Kosmas Kardabikis Teacher: Emmy Toyia Doctor: Yiannis Petroutsos Styling by: Olga Mosxovou Casting By: Nefentina Mosxovou Voice over: Fedra Vantaraki Songs Gatlin Elms - Billions Dexter Britain - From Truth Dexter Britain - Having Run Dexter Britain - Seeing The Future Ryan Taubert - Kings Thanks Georgia Manolopoulou, little Danae's mother for her patience and support. The film is co-financed by Greece and the European Union within the Regional Operational Program Of Western Greece Pelonnisos Ionian Islands (DE.P.IN) 2007-2013


2. The Prisoners

  • Published: 2014-07-24T13:36:51+00:00
  • Duration: 436
  • By Pickle Films
The Prisoners

Awards: Human Rights Award (FENACO, Peru) 1st prize - short film competition (Arraial Cine Fest, Brazil) Honorable Mention, Best Portuguese Short Award (Monstra, Portugal) Best Short Fiction Film Award (Vistacurta, Portugal) Anna Magnani Award (Festival Internazionale de Cinema e Donne, Italia) Best Animation Short Film (Festival A Corto di Donne, Italia) Honorable Mention (Family Film Festival, Portugal) Screenings: Festival Cinanima 2014 (Portugal) Festival Internacional Fenaco Perú 2014 (Peru) Karama Human Rights Film Festival 2014 (Jordan) Animated Dreams 14 (Estonia) Arraial Cine Fest 2015 (Brazil) Festival Monstra 2015 (Portugal) Tricky Women 2015 (Austria) Anima 2015 (Belgium) FemCine 2015 (Chile) Festival Internacional de Cine Lebu 2015 (Chile) Athens Animfest 2015 (Greece) Tracce Cinematografiche Film Fest 2015 (Italy) Festival Consuegra en Corto 2015 (Spain) Anima MUNDI 2015 (Brazil) FICAIJ 2015 (Venezuela) Caserta Independent Film Festival 2015 (Italy) Cartoon Club Festival 2015 (Italy) Avanca 2015 (Portugal) Anibar 2015 (Kosovo) Corto Helvetico Al Femminille 2015 (Switzerland) Baixada Animada 2015 (Brazil) Parnu International Film Festival 2015 (Estonia) Festival Vistacurta 2015 (Portugal) Children's Film Society India 2015 (India) GIFLIF 2015 (India) Festival Internazionale de Cinema e Donne 2015 (Italia) Animate Dubai International Animation Festival 2015 (Dubai) Shortcutz Xpress Vila Real 2016 (Portugal) Festival A Corto di Donne 2016 (Italia) Festival Anima-São 2016 (Brazil) Todos somos otros 2016 (Mexico) Family Film Festival 2016 (Portugal) Todos Somos Otros 2017 (United States of America) Synopsis: The walls. Ivo lives now outside, but he would like to be on the inside, where his mother and younger brother are. Sérgio has lived inside, but his sister was outside. Home is inside or outside of these walls? And freedom? In which side is freedom?


3. The Prisoners - trailer

  • Published: 2014-07-31T15:39:55+00:00
  • Duration: 43
  • By Pickle Films
The Prisoners - trailer

Based on the book “The Prisoners: mothers behind bars” authored by the reporter Isabel Nery, the project mobilises the testimonies of two individuals (Ivo and Sérgio), who lived in prison from some time in their childhoods, with their inmate mothers. Awards: Human Rights Award (FENACO, Peru) 1st prize - short film competition (Arraial Cine Fest, Brazil) Honorable Mention, Best Portuguese Short Award (Monstra, Portugal) Best Short Fiction Film Award (Vistacurta, Portugal) Anna Magnani Award (Festival Internazionale de Cinema e Donne, Italia) Best Animation Short Film (Festival A Corto di Donne, Italia) Honorable Mention (Family Film Festival, Portugal) Screenings: Festival Cinanima 2014 (Portugal) Festival Internacional Fenaco Perú 2014 (Peru) Karama Human Rights Film Festival 2014 (Jordan) Animated Dreams 14 (Estonia) Arraial Cine Fest 2015 (Brazil) Festival Monstra 2015 (Portugal) Tricky Women 2015 (Austria) Anima 2015 (Belgium) FemCine 2015 (Chile) Festival Internacional de Cine Lebu 2015 (Chile) Athens Animfest 2015 (Greece) Tracce Cinematografiche Film Fest 2015 (Italy) Festival Consuegra en Corto 2015 (Spain) Anima MUNDI 2015 (Brazil) FICAIJ 2015 (Venezuela) Caserta Independent Film Festival 2015 (Italy) Cartoon Club Festival 2015 (Italy) Avanca 2015 (Portugal) Anibar 2015 (Kosovo) Corto Helvetico Al Femminille 2015 (Switzerland) Baixada Animada 2015 (Brazil) Parnu International Film Festival 2015 (Estonia) Festival Vistacurta 2015 (Portugal) Children's Film Society India 2015 (India) GIFLIF 2015 (India) Festival Internazionale de Cinema e Donne 2015 (Italia) Animate Dubai International Animation Festival 2015 (Dubai) Shortcutz Xpress Vila Real 2016 (Portugal) Festival A Corto di Donne 2016 (Italia) Todos somos otros 2016 (Mexico) Family Film Festival 2016 (Portugal) Todos Somos Otros 2017 (United States of America) Synopsis: The walls. Ivo lives now outside, but he would like to be on the inside, where his mother and younger brother are. Sérgio has lived inside, but his sister was outside. Home is inside or outside of these walls? And freedom? In which side is freedom?


4. Don't Forget To Go Home - Trailer

  • Published: 2014-10-29T20:12:18+00:00
  • Duration: 76
  • By Fish Lily
Don't Forget To Go Home - Trailer

"...-My mother lets give Arete as a bride to the foreign lands. Abroad, there that I am walking, in the foreign lands that I am travelling, And if we go abroad, not to be considered foreigners... " Dead Brother's Song (Balkan Folk Poem) What is the definition of home? Is it a place or a person? A brother and a sister are violently taken away from home. The girl ends up in Greece and the boy in Germany. Can they build new homes there? Will the society allow them? What comes after our roots die? PREMIERE: 7.November (with English surtitles) NEXT PERFORMANCES ON: 8.November (with English surtitles) 28.November (with German surtitles) Don't Forget To Go Home-a concept by Kolektiva Balkana with Despina Bibika & Spyros Markopoulos Writer & Director: Dimitra Mitsaki Stage & Costume design: Ermina Apostolaki Production Manager: Panos Ydraios Dramaturgy: Stavros Markulidakis Lighting Design: Sylvain Faye Music Composers: Penelope Gkika & Maria Koltsida Vocal Trainer: Anne Elizabeth Sorbara Script Adaptation in English: Abraham Meeuwsen MUA/Production Assistant : Anne Elizabeth Sorbara Stage & Costume Design Assistant : Amandine Monsterlet Stage Construction : Uwe Seidel Lighting Designer Assistant: Geo Mode Music performed by: Penelope Gkika, Maria Koltsida, Adam Goodwin , Achilleas Sourlas Still Photography: Kostis Kallivretakis Trailer : Fish Lily Videography: Panos Ydraios & Fish Lily Sound Recording: Franziska Schiedung *In Greek with English & German surtitles.


5. Robert Kiyosaki Recommends New Online Home Based Business Model

  • Published: 2010-11-29T22:38:12+00:00
  • Duration: 240
  • By al aska
Robert Kiyosaki Recommends New Online Home Based Business Model

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6. ☽⚜▆▓☽☆☆ The Glass Castle MOVIE【VIMEO】

  • Published: 2017-08-12T19:11:19+00:00
  • Duration: 6625
  • By LOLPOPOLOLOl
☽⚜▆▓☽☆☆ The Glass Castle MOVIE【VIMEO】

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7. Guidestones: Sunflower Noir (Season 2) Trailer

  • Published: 2015-02-03T06:10:47+00:00
  • Duration: 121
  • By MIRA
Guidestones: Sunflower Noir (Season 2) Trailer

Guidestones: Sunflower Noir opens with Sandy Rai having been on the run since discovering the evil empire of Kraaon and her family's involvement with it. Finally re-surfacing in London, she discovers that her uncle has died. Distraught by that information she stumbles through the streets of London unsure of what to do next and where to turn for help. Her first clue appears on the back of a postcard given to her by a complete stranger. Someone is trying desperately to reach her. It is her brother Jameson who has uncovered yet another conspiracy. He believes that uncovering what lies beneath this conspiracy could help his sister Sandy answer her unresolved questions about her family her own involvement in the cabal. Unbeknownst to Sandy, resurfacing in London has triggered alarm bells on the other side of the world. Transom, an organization owned and operated by billionaire Martin C. Frick, has initiated a hunt for Ms. Rai, and will stop at nothing to find her. Desperate to learn what she knows, Transom must end Sandy's search for good as she threatens everything the company has worked for. Leading the search are Daniel Armstrong, Tait Fielding (Transom's facial recognition software experts) and Iona Duke. Duke's expertise lies not only in managing the tracking team at Transom but in governing over the many Associates that make up Transom's team of deadly assassins. As the story unfolds, Sandy realizes that she cannot undergo this treacherous journey alone and enlists the help of art dealer, alleged forger and occasional mercenary, Brooklyn Cott. His artistic skills and military training quickly become invaluable to Sandy. Thus continues the journey that takes her through the UK, France, New York, Toronto, Greece, Ukraine, and into a conspiracy involving priceless art GUIDESTONES is directed by Jay Ferguson and produced by 3'oclock.tv and iThentic. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the GUIDESTONES YouTube Channel -- http://bit.ly/17OwnUe CONNECT: Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/guidestonestv Twitter -- https://twitter.com/guidestonestv


8. The Funeral Service of Elias Christogeorge

  • Published: 2017-06-28T00:39:22+00:00
  • Duration: 2880
  • By Heirloom Films
The Funeral Service of Elias Christogeorge

Family and friends of Elias Christogeorge gather to celebrate his life. Mountain View Cemetery, 5455 Fraser St., Vancouver BC June 26, 2017 CHRISTOGEORGE, Elias George - Passed away peacefully in Vancouver on Tuesday, June 20th, his wife Ru (Rupinder) and daughter Marisa close by his side. Elias is also survived by his son Lee (Elia). Predeceased by his father George Christogeorge (Supreme Court Judge in Greece) mother Maria (Georgalas), he is survived by his brothers Chris Christogeorge (Kathy) and Nikolas Christogeorge (Lisa) and nephews Thomas and Zach and his two loving cousins, Felicity and Susanna all living in Australia. Elias has a sister Despina Nathaneal, nephew Stavros living in Greece. Also from Greece, always like a brother his life long friend Nick Zarolia. Born in 1948, in the ancient city of Mytilini, on the beautiful island of Lesbos, Elias and his family moved to Athens in 1955. As a young man living in St. Artemios (Athens), he apprenticed as a jewelry and goldsmith artisan; a skill he would bring with him when he moved to Vancouver Canada in the summer of 1970. Elias got to work building his jewelry design business while raising his son Lee with his mom (Dawn). His unique, outgoing and often gregarious personality established Elias quickly with a huge network of friends, many from the local Greek community. The young man may have been taken from Greece… but the Greek never from the man. He always proudly preserved and supported his natural Mediterranean heritage in every aspect of his life. In 1982, Elias met Ru and the two were married in 1991. Together, they designed and built their new home in Steveston, BC. That home soon became a social epicenter… a gathering place for anyone and everyone from anywhere and everywhere at any time and pretty much all the time. His roast lamb and oregano chicken were the house specialties and his homemade Mediterranean-style red wine, whether ‘fantastico’ or downright dreadful was always liberally dispersed and consumed with much gusto and always to a backdrop of Greek music from his vast and eclectic collection. In 1996, Marisa was born and the Christogeorge family moved to the west side of Vancouver. With the arrival of a newborn, things settled down at the Christogeorge household (well, just a little!). Elias continued with his jewelry design working from his home studio to be closer to his family. His work was in high demand, his creations all custom made. And, like the man himself their molds used only once. He leaves us all with a legacy of love, generosity, genuine decency and a warm and never ending hospitality. A service, interment and a reception was held at Mountain View Cemetery, 5455 Fraser St., Vancouver BC at Noon on June 26th. Ru and Marisa wish to thank Dr. Harpur, Dr. Foti and Dr. Herwitz for their guidance and expertise and to Dr. Harjee and all the loving and caring staff at The Adanac Park Lodge. If you wish to, ‘In Tribute’ to Elias’ courageous twelve years battle, donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia. In closing and for all that knew him, Elias was the consummate lover of life and of course, all things Greek. He was fascinated by the life and times of Alexander the Great who once said, “True love never ends happily… because there is no ending to true love.” Elias, you lived your life to the absolute fullest and loved everyone around you. Your last chapter was a tough struggle. Rest easy now, my good friend. We are all better to have crossed your path. Video produced by www.heirloomfilms.ca


9. Odysseus Hero of the Odyssey History and Depictions on Ancient Roman Coins

  • Published: 2013-06-29T04:43:05+00:00
  • Duration: 347
  • By Ilya Zlobin
Odysseus Hero of the Odyssey History and Depictions on Ancient Roman Coins

http://www.TrustedCoins.com In Homer's the Odyssey, Argos is Odysseus' faithful dog. After twenty years struggling to get home to Ithaca, Odysseus finally arrives at his homeland. In his absence, reckless suitors have taken over his house in hopes of marrying his wife Penelope. In order to secretly re-enter his house to ultimately spring a surprise attack on the suitors, Odysseus disguises himself as a beggar, and only his son Telemachus knows his true identity. As Odysseus approaches his home, he finds Argos lying neglected on a pile of cow manure, infested with lice, old and very tired. This is a sharp contrast to the dog Odysseus left behind; Argos used to be known for his speed and strength and his superior tracking skills. Argos recognizes Odysseus at once and he has just enough strength to drop his ears and wag his tail but cannot get up to greet his master. Once Odysseus passes by (but not without shedding a tear for his dog) and enters his hall, Argos dies. Had Argos lived, he would undoubtedly have given away Odysseus' disguise and ruined his plan to kill the suitors. The simplicity of the relationship between Argos and Odysseus allows their reunion to be immediate and sincere. Argos was also the name of one of the 'hellhounds', the dogs of the underworld, brother of Cerberus.  Excerpt from the Odyssey As they were speaking, a dog that had been lying asleep raised his head and pricked up his ears. This was Argos, whom Odysseus had bred before setting out for Troy, but he had never had any enjoyment from him. In the old days he used to be taken out by the young men when they went hunting wild goats, or deer, or hares, but now that his master was gone he was lying neglected on the heaps of mule and cow dung that lay in front of the stable doors till the men should come and draw it away to manure the great close; and he was full of fleas. As soon as he saw Odysseus standing there, he dropped his ears and wagged his tail, but he could not get close up to his master. When Odysseus saw the dog on the other side of the yard, dashed a tear from his eyes without Eumaeus seeing it, and said: "Eumaeus, what a noble hound that is over yonder on the manure heap: his build is splendid; is he as fine a fellow as he looks, or is he only one of those dogs that come begging about a table, and are kept merely for show?" "This dog," answered Eumaeus, "belonged to him who has died in a far country. If he were what he was when Odysseus left for Troy, he would soon show you what he could do. There was not a wild beast in the forest that could get away from him when he was once on its tracks. But now he has fallen on evil times, for his master is dead and gone, and the women take no care of him. Servants never do their work when their master's hand is no longer over them, for Zeus takes half the goodness out of a man when he makes a slave of him." So saying he entered the well-built mansion, and made straight for the riotous pretenders in the hall. But Argos passed into the darkness of death, now that he had seen his master once more after twenty years. Homer, Odyssey, Book 17 Odysseus (pronounced /oʊˈdɪsiəs/ or /oʊˈdɪsjuːs/; Greek: Ὀδυσσεύς, Odusseus) or Ulysses (pronounced /juːˈlɪsiːz/; Latin: Ulyssēs, Ulixēs) was a legendary Greek king of Ithaca and the hero of Homer's epic poem the Odyssey. Odysseus also plays a key role in Homer's Iliad and other works in the Epic Cycle. King of Ithaca, husband of Penelope, father of Telemachus, and son of Laërtes and Anticlea, Odysseus is renowned for his guile and resourcefulness, and is hence known by the epithet Odysseus the Cunning (mētis, or "cunning intelligence"). He is most famous for the ten eventful years he took to return home after the ten-year Trojan War and his famous Trojan Horse trick. Parentage Relatively little is known of Odysseus's background other than that his paternal grandfather (or step-grandfather) is Arcesius, son of Cephalus and grandson of Aeolus, whilst his maternal grandfather is the thief Autolycus, son of Hermes and Chione. According to The Odyssey, his father is Laertes[1] and his mother Anticleia, although there was a non-Homeric tradition[2] that Sisyphus was his true father.[3] Odysseus is said to have a younger sister, Ctimene, who went to Same to be married and is mentioned by the swineherd Eumaeus, whom she grew up alongside, in Book XV of the Odyssey.[4] Ithaca, an island along the Ionian northwestern coastline of Greece, is one of several islands that would have comprised the realm of Odysseus's family, but the true extent of the Cephallenian realm and the actual identities of the islands named in Homer's works are unknown. Name, etymology and epithets The name has several variants: Olysseus (Ὀλυσσεύς), Oulixeus (Οὐλιξεύς), Oulixes (Οὐλίξης)[5] and he was known as Ulyssēs in Latin or Ulixēs in Roman mythology.


10. Baby meraj

  • Published: 2016-08-13T00:06:03+00:00
  • Duration: 197
  • By isra mohamed
Baby meraj

Isra wal [baby] Meraj • A short story During my time in Greece, I met an Afghan woman, Mahbooba, and her family at Elliniko camp in Greece, one of the worst refugee camps in the country. Living in squalor, with the smell of feces strong enough to turn your stomach, she was pregnant, at 44 (nearly 45) weeks, well past a healthy, safe due date. She had carried this baby in her womb over mountains with her husband and their three young children, escaping the threat of death from the Taliban in their home country of Afghanistan. Her husband, Maroof, told me, "I was holding onto my three children as we crossed over narrow, ice-covered ledges on the sides of mountains in Iran. I saw people fall and die right in front of me. I could not save them. I could not even hold onto my own wife who fell, over and over again. I knew she was tired and hungry, how could she not be, she was carrying our baby in her." 44 weeks pregnant. Working with Fair Planet that day, an OBGYN was to examine all the pregnant women in the camp based on a list that was made prior. I was to interpret. She was not on the list. Her husband pleaded with me to have her seen and I got her on the list after the first patient was a no-show. Her blood pressure was through the roof and she was immediately transferred to a public hospital for an emergency C-section. After all that she had endured, she experienced a major surgery in a hospital where her only form of communication was through me. Most refugees do not have the luxury of interpretation. Pause for a moment. Imagine undergoing major surgery with little to no information on what is happening or why. Maroof, the father, beamed from ear to ear when they called us up to see the baby. He held him out to me and said, "Name my child." I could not. I refused. He insisted. "This is the least I could do to repay you for your kindness" he replied. I suggested his father’s name, or grandfather’s name. Maroof shook his head. He paused, and then asked my name. 12 hours we had spent together and never thought to exchange names. "Sister" "Brother" is what we had been calling one another. I replied, "Isra." He surely would not name his son with a feminine name. He named his son Meraj. Isra wal Meraj is a historical event in Islam that translates roughly to "Journey/ascendance in the night" when God took the Prophet on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and then to heaven. A fitting name for the baby that crossed three countries in the womb of his mother, crossed the Mediterranean sea that has claimed thousands of lives, stayed safely in his mother’s belly for many weeks more than he should have as she coped with the conditions of the worst refugee camp in all of Greece until he was finally ready to be born. As I left the hospital I gave this father some money- for baby clothes, supplies, bus fare... he still tried to refuse me. I looked him in the eye and told him that if my own parents had not fled Afghanistan when they did, I would be in the exact position that he and his family were in. This was the least I could do. I left that day for the border of Macedonia where I would spend the rest of my trip. But I, of course, stayed in touch with this family. Recently I received some sad news. Baby Meraj has been diagnosed with what seems to be Lissencephaly, a disorder of the brain that results in respiratory issues that eventually lead to death. [Lissencephaly is a terminal illness, however, depending on the severity of the case and through advances in medicine, symptoms can be managed oftentimes leading to a much longer life expenctancy. Unfortunately, these "advances" aren't available to baby Meraj.] The situation for Afghan refugees in Greece is dire. They are not being recognized or afforded the same process for asylum as those refugees from other countries.  Please help us find a way to help baby Meraj and his family. Whether through your connections in the medical field, your ties with legal contacts, funds, or simply spreading the word, anything is something for those that have nothing. The color of your passport should not determine what you can do in order to protect your child. Every parent deserves, at least,the chance to fight tooth and nail to save their baby’s life. Help us help them give Meraj his chance. One of the most heart wrenching things Maroof (the father) told me was, "I have not done much for my children as a father. As a father, surely I have failed them. But I cannot give up on them. I cannot give up on Meraj. I haven't done much, look where I have gotten my family. Running away from death only to face it in a foreign land. But I will not give up; until I die I will not give up." Maroof, you are an example of fatherhood to us all. 


11. Cassander - Macedonian King 319-297 B.C. Killer of Son of Alexander the Great History and Ancient Greek Coins

  • Published: 2013-06-17T01:03:44+00:00
  • Duration: 321
  • By Ilya Zlobin
Cassander - Macedonian King 319-297 B.C. Killer of Son of Alexander the Great History and Ancient Greek Coins

http://www.TrustedCoins.com Cassander (Greek/font>: Κάσσανδρος , Kassandros Antipatros; ca. 350 - 297 BC), King of Macedonia (305 - 297 BC), was a son of Antipater, and founder of the Antipatrid dynasty.  Early history Cassander is first recorded as arriving at Alexander the Great’s court in Babylon in 323 BC, where he had been sent by his father, Antipater, likely to help uphold Antipater’s regency in Macedon, although a later contemporary suggestion hostile to the Antipatrids was that Cassander had journeyed to poison the King. Whatever the truth of this suggestion, Cassander certainly proved to be singularly noted amongst the diadochi in his hostility to Alexander‘s memory. Alexander IV, Roxanne, and Alexander’s supposed illegitimate son Heracles would all be executed on his orders, and a guarantee to Olympias to spare her life was not respected. So too, Cassander would restore Thebes, which had been destroyed under Alexander. This gesture was perceived at the time to be a snub to the deceased King. It was even said that he could not pass a statue of Alexander without feeling faint. Cassander has been perceived to be ambitious and unscrupulous, and even members of his own family were estranged from him.[4]  Later history      Kingdom of Cassander Other diadochi      Kingdom of Seleucus      Kingdom of Lysimachus      Kingdom of Ptolemy      Epirus Other      Carthage      Rome      Greek colonies As Antipater grew close to death in 319 BC, he transferred the regency of Macedon not to Cassander, but to Polyperchon, possibly so as not to alarm the other diadochi through an apparent move towards dynastic ambition, but perhaps also because of Cassander’s own ambitions. Cassander rejected his father’s decision, and immediately went to court Antigonus, Ptolemy and Lysimachus as allies. Waging war on Polyperchon, Cassander would destroy his fleet, put Athens under the control of Demetrius of Phaleron, and declare himself Regent in 317 BC. After Olympias’ successful move against Philip III later in the year, Cassander would besiege her in Pydna. When the city fell two years later, Olympias was killed, and Cassander would have Alexander IV and Roxanne confined at Amphipolis. Cassander associated himself with the Argead dynasty by marrying Alexander’s half-sister, Thessalonica, and had Alexander IV and Roxanne executed in either 310 BC or the following year. Certainly, in 309, Polyperchon would begin forwarding the claims of Heracles as the true heir to the Macedonian inheritance, at which point Cassander bribed him to have the boy killed. After this, Cassander’s position in Greece and Macedonia was reasonably secure, and he would proclaim himself King in 305 BC. After the Battle of Ipsus in 301 BC, in which Antigonus was killed, he was undisputed in his control of Macedonia. However, he had little time to savour the fact, dying of dropsy in 297 BC. Cassander’s dynasty did not live much beyond his death, with his son Philip dying of natural causes, and his other sons Alexander and Antipater becoming involved in a destructive dynastic struggle along with their mother. When Alexander was ousted as joint king by his brother, Demetrius I took up Alexander's appeal for aid and ousted Antipater, killed Alexander, and established the Antigonid dynasty. The remaining Antipatrids such as Antipater Etesias would prove unable to re-establish the Antipatrids on the throne. Of more lasting significance was Cassander’s transformation of Therma into Thessalonica, naming the city after his wife. Cassander also founded Cassandreia upon the ruins of Potidaea.  Cassander as a fictional character Mary Renault refers to Cassander in the Alexander Trilogy by his Greek name, Kassandros, and depicts him highly negatively. In Funeral Games, he is the villain of the piece. In the Oliver Stone film Alexander, he is portrayed by Jonathan Rhys Meyers.


12. Children on the Move

Children on the Move

On 27 August, Jehad, 15-years-old and from Syria, rests in a UNICEF-supported Child Friendly Space at the reception centre near the town of Gevgelija in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Together with others, he crossed the border traveling from Idomeni in Greece and waits to be registered for a temporary transit visa. Jehad has been on the move Europe-bound for several weeks and his mobile is one of his most precious belongings. ÒI havenÕt seen my dad for one year. With this, I can get news from him in Germany. I know how my mother, brother and sister are coping in Jordan,Ó Jehad said, adding that he used Whatsapp, Facebook and Viber to connect to his family and friends. Jehad is among the 3,000 people who arrive daily, registering their intent to seek asylum in the country. They are given permission to stay for 72 hours in the country during which they must formally apply for refugee status. However, the majority continue their journey to neighbouring Serbia, Hungary and finally to western or northern European countries. JehadÕs family left Syria fleeing the violence and insecurity for Amman, Jordan where they have been living for the past several years. But caught up in economic distress, they decided to escape and seek new lives in Europe. His father went first. A year later, Jehad left home with his uncle and his teenage friends. Jehad recounted his harrowing journey in a flimsy rubber dinghy with 60 other people trying to cross the stormy sea from Turkey to Greece. ÒIt was so scary. We had seven hours in the sea. The boat [was sinking] in the water. All the teenagers jumped in the water and swam. We let the women and children in the boat. We wanted to push them, to push them to the beach. We had to swim in sea to get to the beach.ÓIn late August 2015 in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, more than 52,000 people have been registered at the border by police in the town of Gevgelija, after entering from Greece, since June 2015. Since July 2015, the rate of refugees and migrants transiting through the country has increased to approximately 2,000 to 3000 people per day. Women and children now account for nearly one third of arrivals. An estimated 12 per cent of the women are pregnant. Many are escaping conflict and insecurity in their home countries of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and the Syrian Arab Republic. There are children of all ages traveling with their families. Some are unaccompanied minors aged 16–18 years who are traveling in groups with friends. They are arriving in the country from Greece, transiting to Serbia and further to Hungary, from where they generally aim to reach other countries in the European Union.


13. Survivors interview - Moise Battino and Esther Mallah

  • Published: 2015-03-04T23:10:56+00:00
  • Duration: 1811
  • By IRWF
Survivors interview - Moise Battino and Esther Mallah

The IRWF found two Jewish Greek survivors – a brother and a sister that were hidden by two local Greek families during the German occupation in Greece in World War 2. Zvika Kichel from the IRWF interviewed these two siblings in Miami, Florida and heard their amazing story. It’s the first time they tell their story to anyone outside of the immediate family. Moise Battino 10 year’s boy was left alone without his parents whom were sent to the concentration camps. A Greek local family in Piraeus kept and hide him from the German Nazis for almost a year and a half (from August 1943 until the end of the war). During this time, with his fake name and ID he have gotten, he was part of their family. He has been treated the same as their other kids, sent him to school with his “brothers and sisters” and even let him work at the family business so that he can earn pocket money. They took care of all his needs. The name of the women that saved his life with this action was Katina Peraki. And they lived at Pausaniou street No. 10 in Piraeus. Esther Mallah, the sister, was at that time 13 years old. Her life was also saved. She was hidden for a few months in Athens by a local Greek family by the name of Rimopula Dimitra . After the war, both Moise and Esther were united with some of their siblings that survived the war. Later they went to Israel where Moise met his wife, got married and started a family. After a few years they moved to USA where Esther met her husband and started her family. Both Moise and Esther live now in the US, spending their time between New York and Florida. Both have kids and grandkids. Moise is still in touch until today with the family of his life saviors.


14. 1945

  • Published: 2014-05-13T10:42:33+00:00
  • Duration: 346
  • By Heinz Ross
1945

The most 'intelligent' species on earth has since 1945 killed more people than in both World Wars combined. Full text below. Other Poetry Videos: Alive in all we are: http://youtu.be/6-6T_B6qAjw All that I own: http://youtu.be/A1WdoDm6ae0 Holy Ground: http://youtu.be/m5A0dvMfFLM it must have been a good day, back in 1945 when the war was over and you were alive and on that day, in 1945, you didn't load your gun that's when they finally surrendered it's all over now, it's done maybe your father killed, your sister raped your brother missing, your mother dead you full of pain, but you survived those crying children screamed for years inside your mind the vision of dead bodies wouldn't let you sleep at night your broken youth took long to heal you tried hard to forget the stinking smell, the noise, the smoke, the dying mates, the hand grenade but it all keeps coming back, the concentration camps, the bones, the cut off heads and bloody guts and starving men in overcrowded camps and you were there to see it all to see the ruins of the war you saw how ugly men can be, but you survived but life goes on and time helps covering your scars and it was over then, it was all over they said: 'we must never forget' and that we always should remember and let us never fight again, oh let us never fight again never ever fight again... (several inserts in other languages) well, that was many years ago before Korea and Vietnam and Bangladesh and Cambodia and Cyprus and Israel and Laos and Ireland and Pakistan and Egypt and Jordan and Syria and Lebanon and Angola East Timor and Rhodesia and Algiers and Ethiopia and Zaire and Biafra and Congo and Nicaragua, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Sinai, Iran, Malaya, Borneo, Aden, Radfan, Darfur, the Gulf, Eritrea, Gaza, Dominican Republic, South Africa, Namibia, Chad, Hungary, Zanzibar, Mozambique, Morocco, Yemen, Philippines, Papua, Kurdistan, Turkey, Peru, Uganda, Ecuador, Grenada, Cuba, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Romania, Kashmir, Rwanda, Herzegovina, Georgia, Guatemala, Tajikistan, Nepal, Albania, Chechnya, Anjouan, Sudan, Sinai, Mali, Ukraine, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Afghanistan, El Salvador, Libya, Beirut, Falklands Is, Palestine, India, Suez, Kenya, Oman, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Solomon Is, Bosnia, Somalia, Kuwait, Iraq, Greece, Paraguay, Tibet, Colombia, and on and on.... WHY? ---------------------------------- The words to this were written in the 70s, with several countries added in 2014. The list of countries is incomplete. Many of the countries had several wars and several countries changed their national flags. In most cases each theater of war has many other countries participating, indicated by the flags shown in the video. Please share and thank you for watching.


15. Ares

Ares

Ares was the first son of Hera and Zeus and was called Mars by the Romans. The god of war, his image changed enormously throughout the various ages and subcultures of Greece, ranging from the handsome, noble and stately warrior to the bloody and violent bully. He often traveled in the company of Eris, his sister, the goddess of discord and together the two were infamous for starting wars. He loved the goddess Aphrodite and carried on a famous affair with her despite her marriage to his brother, Hephaestus, and is credited with fathering her son, the god of desire, Eros. His sacred animal was the boar, his symbol a shield crossed with a spear. In Ares, John is due to ship out on a Third-World peace-keeping mission when he accidentally makes a sacrifice to Ares, God of Bloodlust and War. John and Ares spend many days on the ground as peace-keepers in the war-torn African country of Illyria. When a young local woman is taken advantage of by an American corporate mercernary, Ares and his pacifist acolyte swear bloody revenge. Featuring: Maggie Kelley Connard Damien Chacona Joe Jarrell Jon Fast Jim Fourniadis and Sean Kelly


16. Millie's story

  • Published: 2015-10-02T23:07:49+00:00
  • Duration: 220
  • By arek
Millie's story

The day started with the usual summer holiday routine, wake up, have breakfast, feed the stray cats and dogs and head to the beach. On that day the routine was disrupted. One of the stray puppies didn't come asking for food. This never happen before. We searched for him and it emerged he was run over by a car and left on the street for dead. After seeing a vet and nursing him for 2 days he couldn't escape his saddened fate and had to be put down. Whilst this was going on his sister was completely lost and seemed confused because they were always together. She followed her brother's lead everywhere. Millie's story started to unfold. She was the last surviving member of a 3 strong litter. Her mother was a stray and also succumbed to a saddened fate and was poisoned few days after being spayed. The suffering had to end! Millie's new journey began. I decided to bring her back to England. I only had 4 days in which to arrange everything. This included her pet passport, microchipping, vaccinations and documents to allow her to travel by air. Her arrival was scheduled for 3 weeks after I left Greece. I was nervous with anticipation and was counting down the minutes. I was a little concerned to how the meeting between Nico (my current dog) and Millie will go. What will Nico’s reaction be to the new member of the family? Luckily Nico and Millie bonded straight away. There are thousands of stray dogs and unlike Millie they face an uncertain future. One without a happy ending. Not many people would rescue a dog on holiday like I did. I am not asking you to. Ask yourself these questions; What could you do to help? If you knew that you could make a difference between life and death by stopping the starvation on the streets, would you brave to do it? Would you like to prevent the vicious cycle repeating by preventing the street dogs from breeding? So today we are not asking you to rescue and adopt a Greek dog. You very welcome to if you wantedJ. Please, if you are willing to help by donating spare change towards my fundraising effort helping Greek Animal Rescue (charity registration ) neutering the street dogs of the island of Lesvos, Greece. I’ve raised £500 thus far and the neutering program will commence soon. Your support is very important and appreciated! Donate at ; https://www.gofundme.com/8d56uduc The more money we raise, the more happy tails will be wagging on the Lesvos’ streets. Thank you very much, God bless.


17. Guidestones: Sunflower Noir (Season 2) 30 Second Trailer

  • Published: 2015-02-02T23:14:10+00:00
  • Duration: 30
  • By MIRA
Guidestones: Sunflower Noir (Season 2)  30 Second Trailer

Guidestones: Sunflower Noir opens with Sandy Rai having been on the run since discovering the evil empire of Kraaon and her family's involvement with it. Finally re-surfacing in London, she discovers that her uncle has died. Distraught by that information she stumbles through the streets of London unsure of what to do next and where to turn for help. Her first clue appears on the back of a postcard given to her by a complete stranger. Someone is trying desperately to reach her. It is her brother Jameson who has uncovered yet another conspiracy. He believes that uncovering what lies beneath this conspiracy could help his sister Sandy answer her unresolved questions about her family her own involvement in the cabal. Unbeknownst to Sandy, resurfacing in London has triggered alarm bells on the other side of the world. Transom, an organization owned and operated by billionaire Martin C. Frick, has initiated a hunt for Ms. Rai, and will stop at nothing to find her. Desperate to learn what she knows, Transom must end Sandy's search for good as she threatens everything the company has worked for. Leading the search are Daniel Armstrong, Tait Fielding (Transom's facial recognition software experts) and Iona Duke. Duke's expertise lies not only in managing the tracking team at Transom but in governing over the many Associates that make up Transom's team of deadly assassins. As the story unfolds, Sandy realizes that she cannot undergo this treacherous journey alone and enlists the help of art dealer, alleged forger and occasional mercenary, Brooklyn Cott. His artistic skills and military training quickly become invaluable to Sandy. Thus continues the journey that takes her through the UK, France, New York, Toronto, Greece, Ukraine, and into a conspiracy involving priceless art GUIDESTONES is directed by Jay Ferguson and produced by 3'oclock.tv and iThentic. SUBSCRIBE: Subscribe to the GUIDESTONES YouTube Channel -- http://bit.ly/17OwnUe CONNECT: Facebook -- https://www.facebook.com/guidestonestv Twitter -- https://twitter.com/guidestonestv


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