Next Goal Wins

Acclaimed Jojo Rabbit  director Taika Waititi returns with his new football comedy-drama Next Goal Wins. This autobiographical comedy tells the tale of Thomas Rongen, a Dutch American football coach (Michael Fassbender) who makes it his mission to transform the American Samoa football team from “the world’s worst”, into a premier squad.

Director: Taika Waititi

Cast: Michael Fassbender, Oscar Kightley, Kaimana, David Fane, Elizabeth Moss, Taika Waititi

Language: English

IMDB rating: 6.6/10

Production countries: New Zealand, United States, United Kingdom

Where to watch: Village cinemas, Cinemax (Nana)

Fast Charlie

Charlie Swift, a seasoned “fixer” and hitman for mob boss Stan, finds himself as the sole survivor when a rival crime boss targets Stan and his crew. Portrayed by Pierce Brosnan (007), Charlie is determined to seek justice for his employer. He teams up with Marcie the ex-wife of a mobster he had previously killed and together they embark on a journey of avengement packed with action, laughs and surprises.

Director: Phillip Noyce

Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Morena Baccarin, Gbenga Akinnagbe, James Caan

Language: English

IMDB rating: 6.1/10

Production country: United States

Where to watch: Aigli 3D Digital Cinema, Village cinemas, Cinemax (Aello, Nana), Options cinemas

One Life

Nicholas Winton, a Londoner stockbroker, visits Prague in December 1938. Witnessing Jewish homeless families in terrible condition as the Nazis’ invasion draws near , he decides to help as many as possible. This autobiographical WWII drama which stars Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce, is based on the true story of Sir Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Winton and the book If It’s Not Impossible…The Life of Sir Nicholas Winton.

Director: James Hawes

Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Helena Bonham Carter, Jonathan Pryce

Language: English

IMDB rating: 7.7/10

Production countries: United Kingdom, United States

Where to watch: Cinobo Opera, Galaxias Cinema, Avana Cinema, Cinemax (Nana,Kifissia), Village cinemas, Alexandra (Patission), Alexandra Cinema (Kallithea), Cinerama Cinema, Sporting Cinema, WestCity cinemas, Options cinemas, Varkiza Cinema


A Recipient of the Grand Jury Prize for the World Cinema Dramatic Competition, Charlotte Regan’s Scrapper premiered at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival. Lola Campbell, in her film debut, portrays Georgie, a twelve-year-old girl who lives alone in a London flat after her mother’s recent passing. Soon she must confront reality when her long-lost father Jason unexpectedly shows up.

Director: Charlotte Regan

Cast: Lola Campbell, Alin Uzun, Harris Dickinson

Language: English

IMDB rating: 7/10

Production country: United Kingdom

Where to watch: Cinobo Opera, Galaxias cinema, Alexandra (Patission), Atlantis Classic cinemas

Sound of Freedom

Alejandro Monteverde’s Sound of Freedom is a crime thriller inspired by the life of Tim Ballard, an American activist and former CEO of the anti-sex trafficking organization “Operation Underground Railroad.” Jim Caviezel portrays Tim Ballard who in the movie is a former U.S. government agent that embarks on a risky mission to save missing underage victims of Colombia’s sex trafficking ring.

Director: Alejandro Monteverde

Cast: Jim Caviezel , Mira Sorvino, Bill Camp

Language: English

IMDB rating: 7.7/10

Production countries: United States

Where to watch: Cinemax (Nana,Aello, Nirvana), Aigli cinema 3D Digital, Tria asteria cinema, Village cinemas, Atlantis Classic Cinemas, Anoixi Art cinema, Cine Foivos, WestCity Cinemas, Maria – Elena Onar cinema, Option Cinemas, Cinema Varkiza