‘Afriquest’: Documentary on Two Greeks Travelling Around Africa

A documentary on two young Greeks who decided to record their humanitarian work around Africa, entitled “AfriQuest: Crossing Africa from Cape Town to Cairo” will...

Athens to Host 28th Panorama of European Cinema

The longest-running film festival in Athens returns for the 28th consecutive year, between November 26-December 2, providing the audience with the opportunity to be...

Screening of Daphne Matziaraki’s Documentary ‘4.1 Miles’ at the UN

The Oscar-nominated short documentary "4.1 Miles" directed by Greek student Daphne Matziaraki is to be screened at the United Nations headquarters in New York...

Odeon of Herodes Atticus Voted Second Best Theater in the World

Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens Greece was placed second in the world’s top live performance theaters. The list was published by the prestigious...

Thessaloniki, Gavras Open 53rd Film Festival

Despite Greece's crushing economic crisis, the 53rd International Film Festival of Thessaloniki opened on Nov. 2 with a welcome from the director, Dimitris Eipidis...

Greek Director: “The Crisis Brings Greeks Closer”

During the International Film Festival of Thessaloniki, Alexander Avranas, director of the film "Miss Violence" talked about his film and the crisis. "The economic...

Cinema Admissions Drop Amidst Greek Debt Crisis

The Greek debt crisis has had its impact on the local film industry, with admissions in 2011 recording a loss of 1 million tickets...

When ‘Eternity and A Day’ Earned a Palme D’Or for Greece

This day 20 years ago marked one of the greatest triumphs of Greek cinema when acclaimed director Theo Angelopoulos won the coveted Palme D'Or at...

First Week Of New Serbian Cinema To Be Presented By Greek Film Archive

Greek Film Archive organizes the 1st Week Of New Serbian Cinema, running from the 8th until the 14th of March. The event will be...

Must Watch: The Most Meaningful Greek Short Film We Ever Wrote About!

"Jafar” is one of the most powerful short films against racism you 'll ever see. Directed by Nancy Spetsioti the film has gone viral with almost 3,5 million views on Youtube.

Second Film Festival of Corinth-Peloponnese

The second Film Festival of Corinth-Peloponnese takes place from the 3rd until the 10th of December at the Municipal Theatre of Corinth. The Greek Independent...

‘Little England’ Big Winner at Greek Film Awards

The Greek Film Academy Awards 2014 were presented without surprises Monday night at the Onassis Home of Letters and Fine Arts, hosted by actress Mina Orphanou. As expected,...

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