Movies About the 1821 Greek War of Independence

On the 25th of March 1821 when Germanos III of Old Patras gave the speech about “Eleftheria I Thanatos” (Freedom or Death), the Greek...

“Chania: A Journey Through the Countryside” Wins Awards

There are many ways to advertise the beauty and culture of Greece. We just need a bit of patience and imagination! Proof of that...

Full Moon Opening for Aeschylean Festival 2013

This year’s program of the Aeschylean Festival includes 26 performances, eight of which are theatrical and six musical. The theatrical part of the festival will...

First Greek Animated Movie Presented at Kalamata Filmhouse

Filmhouse, Kalamata’s new film club is participating in the “Cultural Summer” event organized by the public welfare institution Faris and the Municipality of Kalamata,...

Director Spyros Evangelatos Dies at Age 77

Spyros Evangelatos, one of the most important Greek directors, died on Tuesday at the age of 77. Mr. Evangelatos was born in Athens, Greece, in...

Greek Digital Artist Awarded with the Lumen Prize

Katerina Athanasopoulou, a Greek filmmaker and animation and digital artist, is this year’s winner of the prestigious Lumen Prize, worth 3,000 euros, for her...

‘Little England’ Submitted for Oscars

Greek drama "Little England", known in Greek as "Mikra Anglia" has been submitted for the Best Foreign-Language Film category at the 87th Academy Awards. The Greece...

Artfools Video Festival Begins in Larissa

The 6th Artfools Video Festival of Larissa is being held from February 14 until February 23, with the support of Novacinema satellite channel and...

‘Promakhos’ Premiere at the Acropolis Museum

“Promakhos,” a film about the Parthenon Marbles return from the British Museum to Athens, had its first official premiere on Monday, November 24, at...

‘Tango-Hasapiko, Dance of the Ports’ Documentary To Be Presented At TDF

The Thessaloniki Film Festival presents the 'Tango-Hasapiko, Dance of the Ports' documentary film on the 9th and 10th of March. The film explores the story...

Fortress Europe: A Short Film on the Refugee Crisis By Students in Kos (video)

Kos island is one of the areas in Greece that is being "tested" on a daily basis ever since the beginning of the refugee...

Α Tribute to Melina Mercouri

The films that helped the famous Greek actress, singer and first female Minister of Culture of Greece in 1981, Melina Mercouri earn an international...

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