Lara Croft: Tomb Raider/Lara Croft: Tomb Raider - The Cradle of Life (2001)
Everyone has watched Angelina Jolie, as Lara Croft, visiting Santorini. We all remember the opening scene with the greek wedding in Santorini.
A member of a rich British aristocratic family, Lara Croft is a "tomb raider" who enjoys collecting ancient artifacts from ruins of temples, cities, etc. worldwide, and does not mind going through death-defying dangers to get them. She is skilled in hand-to-hand combat, weapons training, and foreign languages - and does them all in tight outfits.
Well, the planets of the solar system are going into planetary alignment (Which occurs every 5,000 years), and a secret society called the Illuminati is seeking an ancient talisman that gives its possessor the ability to control time. However, they need a certain clock/key to help them in their search, and they have to find the talisman in one week or wait until the next planetary alignment to find it again.
Lara happens to find that key hidden in a wall of her mansion.
Summer Lovers is a 1982 film written and directed by Randal Kleiser, starring Peter Gallagher, Daryl Hannah and Valerie Quennessen, and filmed on location on the island of Santorini, Greece. The original music score is composed by Basil Poledouris.
It was a just a small budget movie released in 1982. At the time the Greek Islands were already popular with young tourists from all over the world, but this silly little movie became a fantastic international commercial for the Greek tourism authority. Twenty six years later the house used for the movie is still here in Oia… now a curiosity shop.
For all of you that first saw the island in this film and have visited as a result or are still dreaming about visiting one day…
Can love be rekindled? Felix and Alexandra tender marriage unravels after a davastating betrayal.
The story travels on an international journey of discovery from New York City to Santorini, Greece while addressing this very question. Share the journey of this sexy love story from New York City to Santorini, Greece. Starring Deirdre Lorenz, Matthew D. Panepinto, Dann Florek, Ice T, Coco, Taylor Negron, Clark Johnson, Diane Neal and Richard Belzer.
Santorini Blue is a story about heartbreak, passion and love. Deirdre Lorenz created Thira Films to share passionate stories that touch the heart.
During the past several years, Deirdre creatively produced the independent, international feature film entitled Santorini Blue. The film has been an incredible journey of discovery for her. Inspired by the great history and beauty of Greece and New York, Deirdre believed these special places could bring love to new heights within the context of the right story. By coordinating this international production, she built a team of creative artists, musicians and filmmakers, of which she is exceptionally proud.
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants (2005)
A quarter of this heartwarming coming of age film about four friends and a pair of jeans was filmed in Santorini..
Four best girlfriends hatch a plan to stay connected with one another as their lives start off in different directions: they pass around a pair of secondhand jeans that fits each of their bodies perfectly.
The continuation of the story of 4 young women follows them 3 years later as they are heading off to college. Most of the filming was done around east coast college towns, but they do get back to Oia, Santorini, for some more breathtaking scenery.
Che ne sara di noi
A movie film de Giovanni Veronesi. A coming-of-age comic tale about three eighteen-year-olds just out of high school who go to a Greek island following one of the boys older girlfriend.
The travels of three boys, Matteo, Paul and Manuel in the Greek island of Santorini. With the excuse to run after Carmen, the girl of which Matteo is in love, the three leave for Greece to experience the next stage of maturity.
Kipseli - Santorini 1972- Hoffman, Susanna
A film essay on the peasant society of Kypseli, a small isolated Greek village on the island of Thira. Depicts how the people of Kypseli divide time, space, material possessions, and activities according to an underlying pattern based on the separation of the sexes, and shows how this division determines the village social structure.