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Greek Rock Revolution

Greek Rock Revolution is a music documentary featuring seven of the bands representing the flourishing Greek Rock Scene, speaking about their music and the context ‘inspiring’ this movement: a long- lasting unstable social situation boosting artistic expression through a common feeling of non- conformity.

  • Miguel Cano
  • Miguel Cano
  • Miguel Cano
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Music Video
  • Genres:
    Music, Greek, Social
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 35 minutes 43 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 9, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    1,000 EUR
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  • Language:
    English, Modern Greek (1453-)
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  • Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival
    March 7, 2019
    Official Selection
Director Biography - Miguel Cano

Miguel Cano is a Filmmaker, Director of Mr. Challenge Films. Since 2010 he has traveled nearly 70 countries and produced documentary movies with a social approach in Tibet, Peru, Spain, Indonesia, Palestine, Greece, Dominican Republic, Mongolia and Nepal. Three of his films have been awarded.
Miguel has worked with first line brands such as VISA, Zalando, H&M and Mercedes amongst others. His journalist work has been featured at The Huffington Post, The Diplomat and Deutsche Welle. Mr. Challenge Film's Director is now presenting his last two documentaries: one filmed in Hebron (Palestine) bringing together testimonies and feasible solutions from Palestinians and Israelis about the current situation in the core of the conflict. And Greek Rock Revolution, displaying the flourishing Rock Scene in Greece and the social context behind inspiring the movement after 10 years of economic crisis.
He also just finished his first fiction feature script and it’s seeking for Production.

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Director Statement

The Filmmaker sees in Greece resemblances with historical cultural momentums in Mississippi back when the blues was born or in Seattle when the grunge flourished: a long-lasting unstable social situation boosting artistic expression through a common feeling of non-conformity.

As Metal Hammer’s Director, Kostas Chronopoulos states in the film, “it’s not easy to fight all for your own, you need to feel part of something which is there for you. And rock ‘n roll is here for us.”