Building Communities of Commons in Greece

Finished 06 / 01 / 2016
€ 6.680
€ 6.200
€ 8.700
88 Co-financiers

Contributing € 10

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

> 09 Co-financiers

Contributing € 15

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

> 14 Co-financiers

Contributing € 20

digital poster

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

> 12 Co-financiers

Contributing € 30

original soundtrack digital files

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

> 11 Co-financiers

Contributing € 50 t-shirt

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

> 08 Co-financiers

Contributing € 100

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...)

> 07 Co-financiers

Contributing € 300


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

> 07 Co-financiers

Building communities of commons in Sarantaporo (Greece)

27 | 03 | 2016
Building communities of commons in Sarantaporo (Greece)



The intuition of a group of citizens, living in the greek village of Sarantaporo, to create a website to promote their city dates back to 2010. The only difficulty, the lack of Internet, caused by the lowly interest of the suppliers of the service to invest in a remote area. The solution? The installation of a mesh network, done by the community itself. Ilias Marmaras, greek director, decided to give voice to this history through a documentary. We’ve interviewed him to learn more about.  Go to the article. 


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