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The 11th Day
Contemporary Greek Cinema Film Screening Series

When: Sunday November 5, 2006
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Where: Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore, MD  21218 
Cover Charge: $10.00

The Contemporary Greek Cinema Film Screening Series in Baltimore, MD
Presents

The 11th Day
Η Εντέκατη Μέρα
by CHRISTOS EPPERSON

DOCUMENTARY

Two Showings:

Sunday, November 5, 2006 5:00 pm
GREEK ONLY

Sunday, November 5, 2006 7:00 pm
GREEK W/ ENGLISH SUBTITLES

2005, Color, 35mm, 72 min

www.the11thday.com

The 11th Day" chronicles the story of the men, women, and children of the Cretan civilian resistance movement and their relentless battle against Nazi occupation forces from 1941-1945-a battle which inspired Churchill to proclaim, "Until now, we knew that Greeks were fighting like heroes; from now on we shall say that the heroes fight like Greeks." Their stories are told first hand, and on-location, through interviews with the fighters themselves. Some were just child recruits at the time, boys and girls; others were seasoned veterans, and still others were the Allied soldiers and British intelligence operatives who fought alongside them. Together, they would inflict upon Germany its first major defeat of the war, decimating half of Hitler's 8,000 invading elite airborne assault troops in just a matter of days. Later, a mere handful of Cretan fighters would kidnap the commander in chief of German forces on Crete-the famous abduction of General Kreipe, masterminded and led by British Special Operations officer Patrick Leigh Fermor. It was the only successful kidnapping of a German general throughout the war.

Event's Web Site: http://www.greekfilmbaltimore.com