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Thessaloniki's Film Festival To Pay Tribute to Greek Queer Cinema

The 59th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, running from November 1 to November 11, will present a large tribute to the Greek queer cinema, with...

The story of two Greek Australian brothers wins at Melbourne Queer Fest

Kim Farrant’s Bombshell won the City of Melbourne Emerging Filmmaker for Best Australian Short Queer Film at the Melbourne Queer Film Festival. “I made this...

Suicide Of Gay Couple Rocks Armenia

Armenia was rocked last week with the suicide of a young homosexual couple. On the evening of October 20th, the two young men jumped...

Eva Palmer Sikelianos: The American Who Lived Like an Ancient Greek

Eva Palmer Sikelianos was a prominent figure in the movement toward reviving ancient Greek artistic and cultural practices during the early twentieth century. Sikelianos is...

A CIA Officer’s Daughter Remembers the 1967 Greek Coup

By Leslie Absher Just prior to the 1967 Greek coup, fifty-five years ago, I arrived in Athens with my mother and CIA father. He was...

Texas Schools Ban Books on Race and Sexuality

Schools across Texas are facing a new push from parents and conservative politicians to ban books on race, sexuality, and gender. Parents and politicians have...

Greek-American Director Tackles Oppression and Race in Award-Winning Movie

The short film "Butterfly" by Greek-American director Lazarus Lazarides will be shown at the Maryland Film Festival on Friday.

Greece Celebrates International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia

Greece and its high ranking officials acknowledged the annual International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia on Monday. 

Odyssey Banned for Violence, Sexism; Is this the End of World Classics?

Odyssey, Homer's classic was recently banned in Lawrence, Massachusetts for portraying ideas that do not conform to modern norms of behavior. 

Greek Writers Festival Debuts in Melbourne

The "Greek Writers Festival" will make its debut in Melbourne from May 31 to June 8, 2019, with an impressive lineup of writers and...