Building Communities of Commons in Greece

Finanziato il 06 / 01 / 2016
Co-finanziato
Ottenuto
€ 6.680
Minimo
€ 6.200
Ottimo
€ 8.700
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e-card plus credit

A thank you e-card illustrated with a picture, addressed to you personally + your name will be credited in the supporters' list on the website

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e-card plus credit on the web and on the film

A thank you e-card + your name will be credited in the supporters' list on the website and also in the final credits of the documentary

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digital poster

e-card + mention in the supporters' list on the website + digital poster in high resolution (for A3 print size)

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original soundtrack digital files

e-card + credits + digital poster + link to download the music score in high quality audio

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Sarantaporo.gr t-shirt

e-card + credits + digital poster + cd with the music score + a T-shirt with the Sarantaporo.gr logo, kind offer of the community. The T-shirts come in various colours and sizes (men/ladies/kids).

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original soundtrack and the documentary DVD

All the above plus the music score cd and the documentary DVD.
Feel free to copy, share and organize screenings (just drop a word back to us, in that case, to include it on our news...)

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co-producer

All the above + honorary mention with name, organisation name or logo featured in the credits of the documentary film as co-producer

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MAZI-Together in Sarantaporo, two days workshop

13 | 02 | 2016

In January 15th -17th, a two days visit and workshop took place in the area of Sarantaporo. More precisely, about twenty members of the MAZI project -which is a new EU Horizon2020 project- artists, researchers and activists together with members of the core team of sarantaporo.gr and locals, had the opportunity to meet discuss, eat and drink and of course exchange ideas about the expansion of the network and its potential role as a common network infrastructure that can support local services of different types. Although the rainy weather didn't favorise expanded excursions in the area, several meetings took place in Kokkinopilos, Pytheion, Tsiartsiani and Sarantaporo villages, fruitful meetings that resulted to plans for closer collaboration and organisation of events in the near future. A couple of weeks before, Panayiotis Antoniadis from NetHood, Zurich, part of the MAZI project visited the Sarantaporo area and wrote this article at NetHood blog. 

And few photos from the meeting and the landscape by Dimitris Geronikos

 

 

 

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