The Greek Film Society Sydney is set to showcase Filippos Koutsaftis’ 2023 documentary ‘Zakros’, a project that covers more than three decades worth of work from the filmmaker, archaeologists and local people of the titular Minoan city.

The screening will take place Thursday March 28 at 7pm and will be held at the Greek Atlas Community and Cultural Centre in Marrickville, with a Q&A session with the director to take place immediately after.

The documentary, which is being shown in Australia for the first time, captures imagery of the archaeological excavation of Zakros, with Koutsaftis exploring time and space through everyday artefacts that capture human gestures, long past and present.

Through this latest documentary, the filmmaker observes crystallised moments of human activity and its traces in the physical landscape of Crete.

The Zakros flyer. Photo: Supplied

The Centre’s restaurant will also be open from 6 ppm for patrons who wish to eat there before the screening.

The film is the latest screening of the Society’s program for February-June,

One-month membership fee is $8, which includes a one-off screening.

Further information on the event as well as how to become a member can be found at the Society’s website or their Facebook page.