If you loved The Favourite (and gobbled up every other wacky and wonderful romp that Yorgos Lanthimos has ever led you on), listen up. The internationally-acclaimed Greek director has turned his talents to conjuring a new short film, starring Emma Stone, who was among his trio of leading ladies from The Favourite. Shot exclusively in Greece, the movie will be screened at the splendid Stavros Niarchos Hall to the accompaniment of live orchestral music, as part of the SNFCC’s Artist on the Composer series. A collaboration of the Greek National Opera and contemporary culture champion NEON, the project sets up a dialogue between cutting-edge visual artists like Lanthimos and classical musical compositions, in a bid to open opera up to fresh audiences. Since conquering Cannes with his dystopian family tale Dogtooth, Lanthimos has become one of the most sought-after creative minds in cinema today. His last film The Favourite won global attention (along with the Golden Globe and an Oscar for its leading lady Olivia Colman). Stay tuned for details on which music will buddy with Lanthimos’ latest tumble down the rabbit hole. You can snap up those pre-sale tickets from May 2.