Greek Actor-Director Petros Fyssoun Passes Away at 83

Greek actor and director Petros Fyssoun passed away on Monday at age 83, after being hospitalized since November 20 suffering a respiratory infection. Petros Fyssoun...

Greek Student Wins Student Academy Award for her Documentary ‘4.1 Miles’

Daphne Matziaraki, a Greek student at Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism has won a Student Academy Award for her film 4.1 Miles. Daphne is one of...

BFI Lists the 10 Best Greek Movies [see trailers]

Christina Newland submitted her listing of 10 great Greek films on the British Film Institute's (BFI) site. She points to the Greek movie industry's...

Al Pacino Travels Incognito to Skopelos, Enjoys Seafood

Hollywood star Al Pacino visited the Aegean island of Skopelos, an island paradise that is part of the Sporadic cluster. The actor, aged 76, arrived...

Two Greek Films Recommended for European Film Awards 2016

"Chevalier" and "Suntan" are two Greek films on the list of the 50 movies recommended this year by the European Film Academy for the...

Top Greek Films You Must See, from the Classics to Modern Day

There are some Greek films that are classics and should be viewed by everyone. They are the stories of a country that over the...

Leonardo di Caprio Incognito With Four Friends on Mykonos

Legendary Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, aged 41, was spotted in Mykonos on Tuesday hiding behind a hoodie to disguise himself. Mykonos Live TV captured the star, who is on the island...

New Deal to Help Attract More International Film Production in Greece

Incentives are in full swing to help attract international filmmakers to shoot their next film in Greece. According to ekathimerini.com the Hellenic Film Office (HFO) has...

Greeks to Tell Little-known Story of How Comic Books Threatened Hitler’s Nazi Regime

A film production company called TerraMagma Pictures LLC based in Burbank, California, founded by Greeks Dimitrios Katsantonis and Steven Priovolos, is setting out to tell the important and...

‘Of Heroes and Villains’: Kalavryta Holocaust and Hitler’s Banning of Comic Books on the...

Until recently the subject of the banning of comic books in Nazi Germany was very rarely discussed. However, a film production company called TerraMagma Pictures...

Hellenic Film Academy Accepting Submissions for Short Film Funding Competition

The Hellenic Film Academy (HFA) launched on Monday its annual funding competition for short films for the second year, asking script writers and directors...

#greekdocs Allows Access to Archive of Independent Documentaries on Greek Crisis

A new resource at #greekdocs is an archive of 45 documentaries of various lengths that document the austerity crisis that has crippled Greece in several...

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