From the snow (Greek: Απ' το χιόνι) is a Greek drama film directed by Sotiris Goritsas. The film released in 1993 and stars Gerasimos Skiadaresis. The film won the Golden Alexander award in Thessaloniki Film Festival and the Best Movie Award in Greek State Film Awards.
Few men from South Albania (North Epirus) immigrate to Greece during Albania Crisis. The film follows their travel for a better life in Greece. After crossing the borders on foot, they arrive in Athens with every transport means. There, they face the racism from local society. Some people help them but the difficulties are so many that they decide to return their village in Albania.