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...

‘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...
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“A Green Story” DVD Hits Stores in Greece

“A Green Story,” the movie about a Greek who comes to America as a poor immigrant and creates a green empire will hit stores...

Film Distribution Agreement Signed Between Greece and Serbia

Director of the Greek Film Centre, Electra Evenaki, and the head of Film Centre Serbia, Boban Jevtić signed an agreement on business co-operation between...

Actor Giannis Voglis Passes Away at Age 79

Great Greek actor, Giannis Voglis, died on Wednesday at the age of 79 after suffering from a long-term disease. For the past long while,...

Video: New Greek Film ‘Marionettes’ Uncovers a Conspiracy Many Greeks Could Believe

A new thriller that tells the story of an investigative journalist trying to uncover his friend's death -but finds himself a victim of a...

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...

When Art Causes Reactions, Bans and Rioting in Greece

One thing we can all agree on is that Greeks generally love controversy. The cancellation of a film premiere about a basketball club triumph...

“Attenberg”: A New and Controversial Greek Movie

<img class="alignleft size- medium wp-image-45141" src="https://greece.greekreporter.com/files/attenberg-300x164.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="164" />"Attenberg" is not a foreign name nor a faraway location. It is a new "language," which...

Cyprus University Honors Costas Gavras

The University of Cyprus appointed noted film director Costas Gavras as Honorary Doctor at the Philosophy Department. Mihalis Pieris, professor at the Department of Byzantine...

Oscar-winning “Zorba The Greek” Cinematographer Dies in Crete

Hospital officials on the island of Crete say German-born British cinematographer Walter Lassally; who won an Academy Award for the 1964 movie Zorba the...

Greek Movie Fridays: ‘Hard Goodbyes: My Father’ Will Move You!

How can a young child deal with his father’s death? Is children’s imagination helpful in such dramatic circumstances? The Greek leading film distributor and...

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