Knox Goes Away

In the dual role of director and protagonist, Michael Keaton embodies John Knox, a contract killer facing a diagnosis of the Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease, a rapidly progressing form of dementia. Faced with limited lifetime due to his illness, Knox seeks, to redeem himself by reconciling with his estranged adult son who desperately needs his father’s assistance. As he grapples both his deteriorating mental state and the pursuit of authorities, Knox seeks to make amends before it’s too late.

Director: Michael Keaton
Cast: Michael Keaton, James Marsden, Suzy Nakamura, Joanna Kulig, Ray McKinnon, John Hoogenakker, Lela Loren, Marcia Gay Harden, Al Pacino
IMDB rating: 7/10
Production country: United States
Where to watch: Mikrokosmos cinema, Athinaion cinema, Aigli digital Cinema, Village cinemas (The Mall, Pangrati, Athens Metro Mall, Rentis), Tria Asteria cinema, Cinemax (Aello, Nana), Maria Elena Onar digital cinema, Foivos cinema, Varkiza cinema, Options cinema (Ilion, Glyfada), Zea cinema

The Settlers/ Los Colonos

Awarded with the FIPRESCI prize at the 76th Cannes Film Festival, Felipe Galvez’s film centers on the Selk’nam genocide at the core of a ravishing western. Set in the southernmost tip of the Americas, “Tierra del Fuego” follows three men—Segundo, a mestizo Chilean; MacLennan, a former British army officer; and Bill, an American mercenary—as they embark on a horseback expedition to demarcate and secure lands allocated by the State to José Menéndez. What initially appears as an administrative task quickly escalates into a brutal pursuit of the ‘Onas,’ the indigenous people of the Tierra del Fuego archipelago.

Director: Felipe Gálvez Haberle
Cast: Camilo Arancibia, Sam Spruell, Mark Stanley, Benjamin Westfall, Alfredo Castro
Spanish, English (the film is screened with Greek subs only)
IMDB rating: 7.1/10
Production countries: Co-production between: Chile, Argentina, United Kingdom, Taiwan, France, Denmark, Sweden, Germany
Where to watch: Cinobo Opera, Danaos cinema, Diana cinema, Alexandra Patission cinema, Atlantis Classic cinema, Anoixi Art cinema, Cineac Municial cinema

The New Boy

The New Boy still frame

Cate Blanchet, the film’s producer, portrays Sister Eileen, a renegade nun who oversees a remote monastery for indigenous boys in mid-1940s Australia. In the dead of night police bring a nine-year-old Aboriginal Australian orphan boy to the monastery, where he finds refuge. After grappling with fitting in, the New Boy begins to reveal unusual powers that soon make him question his faith and loyalty to his heritage.

Director: Warwick Thornton
Cast: Aswan Reid, Deborah Mailman, Wayne Blair, Cate Blanchett
IMDB rating: 5.7/10
Production country: Australia
Where to watch: Elli cinema, Cinemax (Nirvana, Nana), Athina cinema, Diana cinema, Elize cinema, Cinerama digital cinema, Anoixi Art cinema


Sister Cecilia, a young woman of faith (portrayed by Sydney Sweeney), receives an invitation to join a remote convent in the Italian countryside. Despite her initial warm reception, Cecilia quickly experiences a living nightmare when she discovers a dark secret and unspeakable horrors lurking within her newfound home.

Director: Warwick Thornton
Cast: Sydney Sweeney, Álvaro Morte, Benedetta Porcaroli, Dora Romano, Simona Tabasco
IMDB rating: 6.1/10
Production country: United States
Where to watch: Village cinemas (The Mall, Pangrati, Rentis), Tria Asteria cinema, Cinemax (Aello, Nana), Theatre Lampros Konstantaras, Foivos digital cinema, WestCity cinemas, Options cinemas (Ilion, Glyfada), Artemis Municipal cinema

Kung Fu Panda 4

DreamWorks Animation’s production returns with Kung Fu Panda 4. As Po prepares to ascend to the role of the spiritual guide for his Valley of Peace, he seeks a successor to assume the mantle of the Dragon Warrior. With this in mind, he embarks on the task of mentoring a fresh kung fu adept for the position, all while confronting a formidable adversary known as the Chameleon. This cunning foe has the ability to summon adversaries from bygone eras, posing a significant challenge to Po’s journey.

Director: Mike Mitchell
Cast: Jack Black Awkwafina, Bryan Cranston, James Hong, Ian McShane
Greek dubbing (in English in specific cinemas)
IMDB rating: 6.5/10
Production country: United States
Where to watch: Screened as most cinemas with Greek audio. You can find the film with English audio/Greek subs at: Village Cinemas (Rentis & The Mall Athens) and Options cinemas (Glyfada)